Sunday 21 November 2021

More, more photos of CLASS 2021

These are the Commodore Los Angeles Super Show photos from Mario Luppi, member of the Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network.


Robert Bernardo

Fresno Commodore User Group -

Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network -

Commodore Los Angeles Super Show -

Saturday morning before the show

The show begins!

Captain Kirk and his joystick

Another angle

A better angle

Steven Hertz's set-up's

Listening to David Pleasance... he speaks of Commodore UK.

Continual slideshow...

...created by Marc Rifkin...

...and very well done.

Listening to Marc Rifkin's...

...Saturday presentation.

Matt Brewster's A2000...

...and keyboards.

Lenard Roach's SX-64

Amiga 3000

Ultimate 64 with MechBoard64+KS case

VIC-20 waiting for RAM expander/SD2IEC

The Plus/4 fails on Sunday!

Mario Luppi's C128DCR

Mario Luppi's Amiga 2000

Robert Bernardo cleans C= hot dog machine!

Long time spent fixing Phil's Amiga 4000

Some quiet time with the machines

Gathered to see what the Allers had to sell

Mario observes.

Watching Matt's presentation at his computer

Watching Marc's presentation at his computer

Marc manipulates the graphic.

Saturday 20 November 2021

More photos of CLASS 2021

In addition to the Commodore Los Angeles Super Show photos posted by Steven Hertz at

these are the CLASS photos (and one short video) taken by Jim DiNunzio.


Robert Bernardo

Fresno Commodore User Group -

Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network -

Commodore Los Angeles Super Show -

Amiga 600 with Vampire 600

Another view of it

Ultimate 64 with Cherry keyswitches

VIC020 with s-video mod

Plus/4 with 1551 drive

MiSTer (left), C64C

one of Lenard Roach's SX-64s

Educator 64 + Music Port, A600 + OS 3.2

Commodore 128 and Amiga 1200

Commodore 128DCR

Another C64C

Yup, another A1200

Commodore 286 and 386 laptops

The table of MiSTs and MiSTer

Speakers on top

Sunday 24 October 2021

CleoRAM - improved GeoRAM - now available!

Francois “Eslapion” Leveille has developed CleoRAM – a clone of the classic GeoRAM cartridge… but improved.


CleoRAM (Compact, Lightweight RAM) specifications are:


CleoRAM capacities – 2 MB or 4 MB 

Size – 5.8 x 6.5cm (same as original C= cartridge. Cartridge case not included.) 

Weight – 30 grams 

Battery for back-up – CR2032 lithium (battery not included) 

Power consumption – 35 mA 

Battery life – 3 years (estimated) 

Edge connector – gold-plated 

Compatibility – C64, C64C, C128, Ultimate 64 

Price – $57 US (50 Euros) for the 2 MB version, $8 US shipping to US, 8 Euros shipping to Europe. 

$90 US (77 Euros) for the 4 MB version. $8 US shipping to the US, 8 Euros shipping to Europe.


Contact – eslapion(at) or eslapion.fl(at)


by personal message at or 


Paypal payments only to eslapion(at) 


Details from Francois – This product works well on all C64, C64c, and C128 (1 Mhz and 2 MHz). also works perfectly well on the Ultimate 64, and it does support higher operation speeds up to 48MHz. Although the Ultimate 64 does already have GeoRAM emulation built-in, you still have the benefit of battery backup with CleoRAM. 


CleoRAM (and GeoRAM) compatible applications are: 


GEOS 64 (with appropriate Configure), GEOS 128 (with appropriate Configure), Wheels 64 (with Toolbox update), Wheels 128 (with Toolbox update), CP/M, GeoRAM Digi (C64), Funkpaint (C64), Volley for Two (C128) and the tools at


and the games at


For other Leveille products (drive logic array substitute, PLA substitute, DRAM replacement board, TED expansion, VDC expansion, clock generator), go to COREi64 at


CleoRAM with CR2032 battery back-up

Voltage draw of CleoRAM

RAM test of CleoRAM

Thursday 21 October 2021

Ray Carlsen custom cable!

Ray just built four of these custom Commodore a/v cables for me. The cable is special, because it has a composite out, s-video out, RCA audio out plug, and 1/8" female audio out with dual mono output (for those off-the-shelf computer speakers found in stores).

Friday 15 October 2021

Friday set-up for Amiwest 2021

Going over the details

Getting the a/v equipment running

Checking out SCSI boards

Prepping the club sales' table

The tables are being prepped.

More tables to fill with goodies

Still unpacking

Food for those helping out~

Building a projection screen

Amiga small talk