|Designer||Commodore Business Machines|
|Manufacturer||Commodore Business Machines|
|CPU||NTSC: 1.02 MHz MOS 6502|
PAL: 1.108404 MHz MOS 6502
|Graphics||VIC, 176 × 184, 16 colors|
|RAM||5 KB RAM (expandable to 32 KB)|
20 KB ROM
5¼ floppy disk
|Added to museum||Not yet|
The VIC-20 was the second computer by Commodore Business Machines. It was known as the VC-20 in Germany, because VIC pronounced with a German accent sounded like the German expletives "fick" or "wichsen". It was marketed in that region with the backronym VolksComputer (people's computer).
Legacy of the VIC-20
The legacy of the Commodore 64 remains, even after its heyday. Independent games continue to be produced for the system to this day.