|CPU||1.2 Ghz Dual-core Cortex-A7|
|Graphics||500 Mhz Dual-core Mali-400 ARM|
|Released||EU: October 23, 2020|
|Added to Museum||June 2, 2022|
THEVIC20 is a video game console by Retro Games.
THEVIC20 is a full-size system with a replica of the original Commodore VIC-20 keyboard. It also came with one joystick designed to replicate Commodore joysticks.
THEVIC20 can be switched to load into Commodore 64 mode, VIC-20 mode, or the Commodore Carousel menu system.
It contains sixty-five built-in games. The VICE emulator by Jarkko Sonninen and the VICE team runs BASIC and the included games.
The power is provided by a standard mini USB plug and wall adapter, and the video is output through HDMI.
The system is more powerful than the system on which it is designed.
It uses an Allwinner R16 "system on a chip". The system specifications are as follows:
- 1.2 Ghz dual-core Cortex-A7 CPU (central processing unit)
- 500 Mhz dual-core Mali-400 ARM GPU (graphics processing unit)
- 512MB RAM (random access memory)
- 512MB Flash storage
Since it uses a common architecture, the system can be modified to add additional games, simply using the supplied mini-USB cable and open-source software.
Games included on THEVIC20
The following table lists the games included in THEVIC20.