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The C-One is a reconfigurable computer, you can put a (software) core inside one of the FPGAs and the FPGA will act like a processor like the 6510, VIC-II, SID or Z80. This is called hardware emulation. At this moment C64 PAL / NTSC and VIC 20 cores are available.

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85816 + 2 x FPGA

Processor frequency:

20 MHz


RAM: Main memory 16 - 1024 MB, Multimedia memory 4 MB - 128 MBROM: 512 kByte (boot-rom)


VGA 1280 x 1024 pxlVIC II compatible, Super VIC


2 x 8 SID Voices, DMA Audio 16 bit (or 2 x real SID chip)


C64 - Expansionport, C64 - Serialport, 2 x A1200 clockports, 2 x Joystick, 2 x Audio, PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, CPU-slot, IDE, Floppy (1581 emu), CF-card, VGA, ATX-power


C-one: 271 x 200 x 40 mmBox: 325 x 225 x 55 mm


Individual Computer, Jeri Ellsworth
C-one, pcb.
The C-One with original packaging, manual and processor-card.
The C-One installed in a PC case.
A fully working C-One with a 1541 disk drive.
Update: 2019-05-08 19:20:42