When the release of the 2001N series, business owners still weren't happy. The computer doesn't start off with a Uppercase/Lowercase font, but requires a special POKE command to access. Also, the number keys are in the wrong place, and the graphic symbols just confuse the employees.
Complaints like these gave rise to the CBM 2001-B series computers, which corrected all of the above complaints. The business computers came in 8, 16, and 32k ram varieties, though I've yet to even see an 8k business 2001 computer.
Like the other Commodore PETs, these machines come with a full-sized
QWERTY keyboard, 40 column screen, two Datasette ports for connecting
a tape drive, a fully programmable parallel user port, and a IEEE-488
port for connecting disk drives, printers, and modems. In ROM is
a BASIC interpretor for both programming, and as a user interface to
access peripherals. This particular computer came with BASIC 2.0/3.0.
Shown here is the 2001-16B.
Personal Note: The 2001-16B from eBay.
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