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The C64 Mini

The C64 Mini
$70  Buy Comment

The classic 8-bit computer jumps on the mini bandwagon with a 50% scale version. It comes with dozens of games, a joystick, and has HDMI output with CRT and scanline emulation. The mini keyboard isn’t functional, but you can connect your own via USB. Drops early 2018.

Commodore Amiga Mini

Commodore Amiga Mini
$345-$2740  Buy Comment

The new owners of the Commodore brand already revamped the C64, and now they’ve revived the Amiga – in name only – with this configurable Windows PC in a Mac Mini-like aluminum case.

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Commodore C64x Extreme

Commodore C64x Extreme
$1499  Buy Comment

This Commodore 64 has enough power for modern needs. It has a 2.2GHz Core i7 CPU, Intel HD GPU, 8GB RAM, 2TB HDD, DVD R/W drive, USB ports, multi-card reader, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Commodore PC64

Commodore PC64

The guys with the rights to the original Commodore name are releasing a new PC that looks just like an old C64. The PC64 will run on an Atom 525 CPU, and come with 4GB or RAM and a 1TB hard drive.

Commodore Invictus Computer

Commodore Invictus Computer

Commodore is back from the dead again with a new PC. Ready to take on the Asus EeeKeyboard, the system will have an Atom CPU and Nvidia ION chipset, and a built-in secondary display.


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