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Commodore PET 8096SK

Commodore PET 8096SK

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  • Date of Manufacture: 1980
  • Quantity Available: 2
  • Working Condition: Working
  • Physical Condition: Good
  • Original Box: No
The PET has a special place in the history of micro-computers, as it was one of the biggest sellers in the 1979 /1980 period, when computers were aimed at both the home and business market. Many people recognise the PET due to it's unique styling.
This was the end of line for the Commodore PET. Clearly the best looking computer ever made, its round chassis was designed by Porsche Design!
The Commodore CBM 8096-SK was a 1980 computer system with a monitor, keyboard, internal power-supply. The 8096 SK is an example of the second generation of cbm/pet computers from Commodore. In stead of sheet-metal this series is made of plastic. There is much more attention for the look of the computer.

The 80 in the model number stands for 80 columns of text on the screen and the 96 stands for 96 kbyte RAM memory. The SK stands for Separate Keyboard.
We have 2 of these machines - One 8096 model and one 8032 model. Both look the same but have different memory configurations.

Hire Charges

Hire Charges

We currently do not have our charges listed online, but we are happy to quote you by phone. Please call us on 01440 709794 and we'll be happy to help.

Minimum Order Charge

We do have a minimum order charge of £50 (excluding delivery) for all hires. This is to cover the time involved in organising and dispatching a single small item. Sorry :-(


New clients are required to pay in advance by BACS or credit card. Repeat customers can open a credit account with us on 30 days terms.

Multiple Items & Job Lots

If you're looking to fit out an entire set and need many items, we are happy to quote a discounted rate based on the quantity of items.

Dry Hire

The term dry hire means to hire an item without having a technician supplied to support it. Most of our small items are available to dry hire, but some of the more complicated equipment that require specialist knowledge are not. In these cases we will deliver the item(s) personally and set them up for you. Please call us for a quotation based on the hire period and location.

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