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Looking for CoCo help? If you are trying to do something with your old Color Computer, read this quick reference. Want to contribute to this wiki? Be sure to read this first. This CoCo wiki project was started on October 29, 2004. --OS-9 Al

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Home / Companies - Companies

Auction, personal and classified ads sites

Check under the Internet resources for buying and selling CoCo-related hardware and more.

Current Vendors List


  • Cloud-9 - Website - hardware and software upgrades for the CoCo, full CoCo 3 systems also for sale
  • Boyson Tech - Memory upgrades and SDC boards
  • Electronics is Fun, Carlos Santiago - makers of the Guru Modem, compatible with the CoCo
  • Retro Innovations - maker of the CoCoFLASH (a multi-ROM cartridge system), the Color Pak (a cartridge enclosure), and various sound-oriented ROMpaks
  • The Zippster Zone - Home of Ed Snider's CoCo 2 & 3 peripeherals such as the CoCo SDC, mechanical keyboards, MPI alternatives, and more
  • WynDec Systems - maker of Joystick and keyboard adapters to connect to modern USB systems
  • Roy Justus - RGB to VGA adapter, contact thru the CoCoList
  • Chris Hawks - RGB to S-video converter, contact thru the CoCoList



Also see :

  • CoCoWares - a directory of most CoCo hardware, software and service providers

Former CoCo Companies (Historical reference)


Music and Speech

Publishing Companies