I’ve got a few old Commodore computers (2 x VIC-20s, and a C64C). I don’t have a floppy drive for them, but I do have a Commodore datacassette player…. which I don’t enjoy using. Luckily there is a modern day solution! There is a HUGE and active community making things for the Commodore computers of the 70s and 80s, and one of the best things is Jim Brain’s uIEC/SD adapter. It lets you load all your favourite (new and old) Commodore floppy images via an SD card. Which means you can store a massive amount of software for the Commodore 64/VIC-20 on a single SD card. I’d love to take one of these back in time to 1984 to when I was busy pressing buttons on my datassette trying to load a program on my VIC-20.
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