C= Misc. The portable 128 project. Stalled for lack of parts. On the table, are two Kaypro Cases. On the left has the Kaypro keyboard modified to take a 128 keyboard; and a 1581 drive. On top of the left Kaypro case is a 40 column screen borrowed from a 64 SX. It would go where the 5 1/4 drives were in the Kaypro. I never found a 9 inch color C= compatible 80 column monitor.
C= Misc. The top half of the case is from a C= 128DCR. The bottom half, which includes the face, is custom made from aluminum. Inside is a flat 128 motherboard, aCMD FD4000, a CMD HD 320 meg, and a RamLink. The controls for the RamLink were moved to the front. The cartridge ports for the Ramlink are in the top behind the monitor.
C= Misc. Keyboard made from a flat C=128. Includes a JDOS switch.
C= Misc. Here is a C= 128DCR with the 1571 removed and a 1581 installed in its place. The onboard 1571 controller was disabled. Also, the Expansion Port was moved to the front. Shown in the Port is a 512 REU expanded to 2 megs.
C= Misc. Well, that CMD FD4000 andCMD HD sure get around. :)
C= Misc. A Demo at the local user's group. MICE: Miami Individuals with Commodore Equipment.
C= Misc. One of my sayings: "You're not having fun till the cover is off". It ran fine for months, until the night of the demo. Good thing I brought tools; and the demowas back on in no time.Both 80 and 40 column monitors for the Dual 128.
C= Misc. The test bench with a flat 128 undergoing diagnostics.
C= Misc. I made the cover of Commodore World #10. Not the Rolling Stone, but good enough.
C= Misc. Inside on page 3; The Commodore Customizer.
C= Misc. How to disable the internal 1571 on a 128D. The fine people at CMD enhanced my work and supplied the picture. https://alanger.net/page_big.jpg for a full size image.