Comodore 64 USA is now taking Per-Orders for the entirely revamped Commodore 64. The new and improved commodore 64 platform now sports a Intel Atom 525 CPU, with a Nvidia Ion2 graphics processor, and comes standard with 2 Gigabytes of memory upgradeable to 4 gigabytes
As promised on Monday, Commodore USA has unleashed the eagerly-awaited Commodore 64 keyboard PC. For the uninitiated, this isn’t a re-release of the ancient AIO that initially depended on cassette tapes to load up software. This is a modernized version packed with Intel’s dual-core Atom 525 CPU, Nvidia Ion2 graphics, 2 GB of DDR3 memory (expandable to 4 GB), an optical drive, and more. It may not be ideal for running Crysis 2, but it sure beats the dinosaur 8-bit technology from the 1980s.
More information can be found HERE over at Tom’s Hardware.
Commodore 64 is also making a much slimmer Commodore 64 called the VIC Slim. Which can be found HERE.
Commodore 64 website HERE.