Commodore 64 Reborn
If you were a game in the late 1980′s then you played or owned a Commodore 64 system. In the era before the home console, there was no better gaming system than the C64 with its floppy disks and massive 64k memory space. Well, if you’re a gaming enthusiast looking to relive the heyday of the “me” generation the Commodore 64 is available once again.
Except, this time it’s actually packed with modern computer parts. The Commodore 64x is an Atom based PC that is built into the design of the classic computer. The beige chassis includes a motherboard, memory, integrated keyboard and video card.
The Commodore 64X is basically a fancy Netbook system sans screen, leaving it underpowered as a modern gaming system but the company is including its Workbench 5 OS that allows those classic programs to run on the modern system alongside Windows.
The 64x specs include an Nvidia ION GPU, 2GB RAM, DVD or optional Blu-Ray drive, and 2 onboard SATA controllers for storage. Unfortunately pricing and a release date were not available for the unit.