Commodore VIC 20 Competes Against an Arduino. Who is The Winner?

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The Commodore´s VIC 20 was the Arduino of the 80s. This was because the VIC 20 was quite inexpensive, since it didn't have any fancy sound or graphics features like other computers of this time. But it had 8 digital IO pins and two analog inputs that could be used for all sorts of control purposes. In this video I show how to use those nowadays and find out if their performance can keep up with an Arduino.

Software used in this video:
CBM Prg Studio: http://www.ajordison.co.uk/download.html
Wav-Prg: https://sourceforge.net/projects/wav-prg/
Vice Emulator: https://vice-emu.sourceforge.io/

Camera: https://amzn.to/3kDp1BJ
USB Oscilloscope: https://amzn.to/3CMC7Tu

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