* * * *

Commodore VIC-20 Ram Expansion Units

(VIC-1210, VIC-1211a, VIC-1110, VIC-1111)


cbm/reus/vic1111.gif
The Commodore VIC-20 came stock with less than 3.5k of available ram. Anyone who wanted to use the VIC-20 as an actual computer soon discovered that this was not much to work with. Now, to be sure, TONS of software has been written for the VIC-20 which DOES fit in this small space. All the same, the several ram expansion units for the VIC were very good sellers, and were supported in many ways by many programmers. Unlike the C64/C128 ram expansion units, the memory provided by these units was immediately available for use by BASIC and directly addressable by the CPU.



cbm/reus/vic1110.gif

Model     : VIC-1110
Type      : Ram expansion unit
Resources : 8 kilobytes of extra memory
Connection: VIC-20 Expansion port
Notes     :


cbm/reus/vic1111.gif

Model     : VIC-1111
Type      : Ram expansion unit
Resources : 16 kilobytes of extra memory
Connection: VIC-20 Expansion port
Notes     :


cbm/reus/vic1210.gif

Model     : VIC-1210
Type      : Ram expansion unit
Resources : 3 kilobytes of extra memory
Connection: VIC-20 Expansion port
Notes     :


cbm/reus/vic1211a.gif

Model     : VIC-1210
Type      : Ram expansion unit
Resources : 3 kilobytes of extra memory
          : More BASIC commands
Connection: VIC-20 Expansion port
Notes     :


Click here to return to the main pictures page




If you find anything in here you have questions or comments about, feel free to leave me email right here.

To return to my home page, click here.