The Commodore Plus/4 was a home computer released by Commodore International in 1984. The "Plus/4" name refers to the four-application ROM resident office suite (word processor, spreadsheet, database, and graphing); it was billed as "the productivity computer with software built-in". It had some success in Europe. A total flop in the United States, it was derided as the "Minus/60"--a pun on the difference between the Plus/4 and the dominant Commodore 64.
|List of Commodore micromputers|
|6502-based 8-Bit||Kim-1 - Vic-20 - PET - CBM-II - C64 -|
|68000-based 16\32-bit||Amiga 1000 - Amiga 500 - Amiga 2000 (Amiga 2500) - Amiga 1500 - CDTV - CD32 - Amiga 3000 - (Amiga 3000UX - Amiga 3000T) - Amiga 500+ - Amiga 600 - Amiga 1200 - Amiga 4000 - 4000T|
|Other||Commodore 900 - PC Compatible systems|