• The RAMDrive is a small, non-volatile RAM expansion device for the Commodore 64 and 128. The RAMDrive was primarily designed by Peter Fiset of Performance Peripherals, Inc. (PPI) and was initially sold by CMD. RAMDrive units sold by CMD have both the CMD and Performance Peripherals logos.

    At some point CMD and PPI parted ways, with PPI retaining the rights to the RAMDrive. CMD removed the RAMDrive from its product line, which was then sold by PPI directly. My RAMDrive was purchased from PPI and has a sticker covering where the CMD logo was removed.