Released as a business-oriented version of the Commodore 128, the 128D comprised a system unit, monochrome monitor, detachable keyboard and a 5¼" disc drive and cost £574. Like the C128 it had two CPUs: a MOS 8502 to run software written on the C64; and a Z80A (1.97MHz) to allow it to run CP/M software.
|RAM expandable to (KB)||512|
|Keyboard type||Detached typewriter-|
|Number of keys||92|