The Commodore 64C is the second most successful Commodore 64 variant, second only to the Breadbin Commodore 64.
Commodore wanted to have a new case for the C64 within a year of the original release, but this did not happen until 1987 with the release of the Commodore 64C. It is exactly the same as the Breadbin 64, except for a slight amendment to the sound chip. The case is designed to fit in more with the look of the 128 series.
Tech problems\design errors
- Functionality wise, the Commodore 64C is almost exactly the same as the original Commodore 64.