This article could be expanded on and use more details, and needs them as much as XP-tan needs more RAM!
|Common name||Commodore 264-tan|
|Also known as||C16, C116, Plus/4, Minus/60|
|First appearance||Feb 2009|
|Height||164 cm (5'4.5")|
|Hair color||light blue|
|Eye color||dark blue|
|Faction||Binteeji Renmei, formerly of the Commodore Family|
|Rival(s)||C64 (sibling rivalry)|
|System personified||Commodore 264 series, mainly the Plus/4|
This character represents the "Commodore 264" series- the Commodore C16, C116 and Plus/4, but mainly the latter. The three computer systems are similar to each other and were all commercial failures in the Western markets just the same, but at least the Plus/4 had some success in Central and Eastern Europe
The main factor that caused the C16, C116 and Plus/4 to fail was misaimed marketing- that they were deliberately limited in their abilities as to not replace the C64 but instead be a replacement for the VIC-20, and be a competitor against the Sinclair computers.
The Plus/4 is noted for being Commodore's computer model with a built-in office suite with a word processor, spreadsheet, database and graphing. However its suite is of poor quality, and its inferior graphics compared to the C64, and lack of backwards compatibility prevented the Plus/4 from being a gaming machine.
Plus/4-tan (as she is more commonly known) is represented as a girl with short light blue hair, dark blue eyes, and a headset. Her Commodore military uniform resembles C64-tan's, but is black and orange instead of white and blue. She still wears her jacket and boots with a dress. Sometimes she's depicted wearing a traditional Hungarian folk dress, as Hungary is where the Plus/4 had the most success, and still has quite a following today.
She isn't actually that bad at gaming, but pales in comparison to C64-tan, who she was constantly compared to, and fell victim to self-fulfilling prophecy for a long time. She mainly does office writing and office work although she's worse at those than gaming, but the lack of comparisons there make her feel better about those tasks.
She is still rather melancholy, but is compassionate and good at helping others. She's good at communicating, and likes to make art.