2 As you can see here, both the Atari and the Commodore PSUs are made from the same base molds. although they differ in the small "embossed" details such as logos and text on the back.
3 Both CD32 PSUs have labels that say "C65".
4 Another side by side. Atari PSU to the left, Commodore to the right. Both have roundconnectors, although the Atari version has more pins.
5 Commodore PSU rated at 17W, 2.2A @ 5V
6 Atari PSU labled 2A @ 5V.
7 A 1541 II drive in original box alongside the supplied PSU.
8 Top label reads: Model 1541-II / 1571-II/1581
9 We have more PSUs using that form factor, previously seen on Atari XEGES, Amiga CD32 etc.. This one is for the C64G. As you may know, the C64G was produced from the stuff left over when the C64GS was discontinued.
10 Here is a comparison between the Atari XEGS PSU (left) vs C64G PSU (right). Here, even the pins are identical. Both these PSUs are manufactured in Singapore.