Commodore 128D (USA)The Commodore 128 and 128D came out in 1985, the same year as the amazing Commodore Amiga. The 128D even looks like the Amiga!
The 128 is a one-piece model, with a built-in keyboard and optional external floppy drive.
Both 128D models have an internal 5-1/4" floppy drive, and a separate keyboard - a more professional design.
There was originally only one version of the 128D, with a plasic case and a carrying handle, but it failed the FCC regulations for RF emissions, so it was only sold outside of the U.S. This was in 1985.
Reprinted with permission from Oldcomputers.net
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