Commodore Google CG64X68000
Developer Commodore Google Japan
Manufacturer Casio, Foxconn, Fujitsu,
Hitachi, Kawasaki Heavy Industries,
Oki Electric Industry, Panasonic,
Samsung, Sanyo, Sharp Corporation
Type Home multimedia entertainment /
Home video game console /
Personal computer
Generation Fourth generation
Fifth generation
Sixth generation
Seventh generation
Eighth generation
Release date October 22, 1991; 27 years ago
Introductory price US$999 (equivalent to $1,798 in 2017)
Units sold Japan: 25.800[1]

South Korea/Taiwan: ~29.000

Media CD-ROM, Blu-ray, DVD
Operating system AmigaOS 1.3
CPU Motorola 68000 @ 7 MHz
Memory 1 MB
Graphics VIC-II (320 × 200, 16 colors, sprites,
raster interrupt)
Sound SID 6581/8580 (3× osc, 4× wave, filter,
ADSR, ring)
Yamaha YM2151


Connectivity 2× CIA 6526 joystick, Power, ROM cartridge, RF, A/V,
CBM-488 floppy-printer, digital tape, GPIO/RS-232
Controller input D-pad, Keyboard, Mouse

The CG64X68000 (from Commodore Google 64 Extension 68000, later treated as a backronym for Compact Disc Television) is a home multimedia entertainment and video game console – convertible into a full-fledged personal computer by the addition of optional peripherals – developed by Commodore Google Japan and launched in October 22, 1991.

Description Edit

The CG64X68000 is essentially a Commodore Amiga 500 home computer with a CD-ROM drive and remote control. With the optional keyboard, mouse, and floppy disk drive, it gained the functionality of the regular Amiga. Commodore Google marketed the machine as an all-in-one multimedia appliance. it was First Announced in October 22, 1991 by Commodore Google.

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