Commodore USA LLC Gets Rights To Sell Commodore 64 Clone In US

Posted: Aug 30 2010, 11:47am CDT | by , in News | Notebooks and PCs

Commodore USA LLC Gets Rights to Sell Commodore 64 Clone in US
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Back when I was in grade school and gaming was in its infancy I wanted a Commodore 64 so bad I couldn’t stand it. I never did get one and ended up with an old TI computer for my first PC. I can finally get my own Commodore 64 with the announcement that Commodore has inked a deal that will let it make an exact replica of that old PC.

The new 64 will be an AIO keyboard machine with a beige case packed with modern hardware. It will have an Intel Atom 525 CPU, NVIDIA Ion 2 graphics, 4GB of RAM, 1TB HDD, and a CD Drive.

Other features will include HDMI output and a Blu-ray option. When the machine will land is unknown and the pricing is not announced either. This should be an interesting machine that is basically a geeked up Eee Keyboard PC.

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