This is a round-up of all the Commodore Datassettes I've acquired over the years. This was the way us UK Commodore users loaded our games and saved our BASIC programmes, the disc drives were just too expensive for us. These "tape recorders" along with the Atari 8-bit computers used a digital interface to send data rather than the analogue interface used by Sinclair and other machines, this was supposed to be more reliable and faster, but still took ages, even with custom fast loader programmes Commodore 16 and Plus/4 Datassettes These were the standard datassettes that came with the TED based computers, They were known as the 1531, although some of them just said "Datassette" on the label. They were coloured black and had a mini DIN plug, you could get an adaptor to use them with the C64 computers as they had pretty much the same internals Two from my first two Plus/4's, notice they are slightly different to each other Another two from my C16's, these are also slightly different to each other. This makes four in total One of the C16 Datassettes was boxed with instructions Commodore Vic20, C64, and C128 Datassettes These are similar to the TED based datassettes above, just in a cream/beige coloured case with a flat edge connector type plug, you could also get adaptors to use them with the TED machines. They had various model names throughout their life such as C2N, 1530, and just "Datassette" like above.You may see differences between the models below, some have black labels, some have silver, one has a SAVE LED, whereas the other three don't. The plug sometimes had a flying ground lead which was for use with the PET/CBM machines, this was redundant on the later Vic 20, C64, and C128, but could cause damage if it made contact with the edge connector, most users would either tape it to the lead out of the way, or just cut it off This is the Datassette that came with my first C64, the one that needs a new CIA chip. This has a black label and a SAVE LED, you may also notice the plug has the plastic case missing, this is how I received it This one came with my first Vic 20, it also has a black label, but no SAVE LED This one came with another Vic 20 and is boxed, it has a silver label and no SAVE LED This datassette came with my C128 and is also boxed, it also has a black label and no SAVE LED. I have four Datassettes in total For more retro hardware check out my online museum here?DIVISION BY ZERO ERRORREADY.