The one that beat Apple and Tandy in the market
A later model PET with 16K of RAM, BASIC 4.0, and a full-sized keyboard.
The one that started all the sales, a brown NTSC C64, along with a 1701/1702 monitor
Commodore Business Machines' foray into the education field
CBM's foray into transportable computers. This one (or two…) is a NTSC model.
Different color case, basically the same machine. This one is PAL.
This is a refurbished VIC-20 with JiffyDOS and the Ray Carlsen s-video mod.
The one that was on exhibit at the Bay Area Maker Faire 2017, loaded with a Blizzard 2060 50 MHz. board, 128 megs of Fast RAM, 2 megs of Chip RAM due to MegaChip, SCSI controller board with 8 megs of RAM, NewTek Video Toaster, Digital Processing Systems Personal TBC, A2065 Ethernet card, Digital Processing Systems Personal Animation Recorder (PAR), OS 3.1, SCSI CD-ROM drive, 4 gig SCSI main hard drive, 500 meg SCSI hard drive for the PAR.
CBM's answer to the Nintendo Entertainment System game console. It is a PAL unit.
Newly-manufactured motherboard in a newly-manufactured case
From the short-lived American company, it is a modern PC housed a newly-manufactured, C64-look-a-like brown case.
This is the big brother to the C64, and it will be playing SID tunes throughout the show.