Commodore PET 2001 computer
Commodore PET, January 1977. PET, or the Personal Electronic Transactor is the first Commodore computer. Designed by Chuck Peddle, PET is one of the very first user-friendly computers. It was designed around the MOS Technologies 6502 CPU, which eventually came to be used in many of the popular computers of the day - the Apple II, Atari 400/800, AIM-65, and others. It had built-in display, built-in cassette drive, and one of the worst keyboards at price US$795.