A computer monitor or short monitor is similar a television set (TV) an electrical visual display for computers to show the input data. It is the main output device and essential by working with computer systems.
The Commodore 64 had several monitors available for it, including:
- Commodore 1701, 1702, 1084S, 1902, 2002
- Philips CM8833
- Sanyo DM2112
Some monitors, such as the Sanyo DM2112, were Monochromatic, while others were multi-colored.
Monitor Types[edit | edit source]
- Monochrome monitors: At the beginning monitors can be show the datas in one color (monochrome) as black, green, amber or white.
- Multi-Color screen: In the 80s color monitors has got 16 or 256 colors.
- LCD-, plasma-, LED- and TFT displays:
Commodore Monitors[edit | edit source]
- 1084 /D/D1/D2/P/S/SD1/SD2/SD3/SP/SP1/ST/503 (14")
- 1085 /S
- 1402 monochrome
- 1403 monochrome
- 1802 (13")
- 1900 M (monochrome analog, 12")
- 1936 /A
- 1942 (EGA/CGA)
- 75BM13 monochrome
- A2024 b/w - monochrome
- DM602 green screen
- M1 (monochrome digital, 12")
- PC-1902 /A
- VC-1802 /D