The C16 or Commodore 16 was a personal computer manufactured by Commodore Business Machines, released in 1984. It was one of the more popular machines from the Commodore 264 series. It was a stipped down version of the Commodore Plus/4. CBM dubbed it "The Learning Machine". The machine had 16Kb RAM, 121 colors.

It was nowhere near as popular as the C64. However, it still has a demoscene, and a group of dedicated followers.

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