In January 1981, the 8 bit Commodore 64K computer, also known as C64, was released by Commodore International for a hefty price of $595. The C64 computers quickly became a household name, selling over 30 million systems. For decades the C64 computers were highly popular for mainly playing games. Eventually the C64 computer was in every retail store across the country. Since the system was on the rise, companies started to develop a new device called the modem.
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