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As the legendary Commodore 64 home computer celebrates its thirtieth birthday this week, we take a brief look at what made the system such a phenomenon, one that's still fondly remembered today.
If you're over 30, you probably remember seeing the Commodore 64. Released in 1982 for $595 ($1,300 adjusted for inflation), it was the best selling computer of all time and dominated the market with 30-40%...
As we previously reported, Commodore Gaming have revealed they are returning to the world of gaming with a series of high specification machines designed specifically with high-end gaming in mind. Earlier today Commodore unleashed a...
Commodore has revealed the specs for its return to gaming computers. The Commodore Cxx will have: Processor: Intel Core2 Extreme quad-core processor QX6700, 2.66 8M Cache Hard drive/Storage: 2x 150Gb 10000 Rpm Sata Raid...
Dead for almost a decade, the Commodore brand name is about to be re-animated and with it one if the erstwhile home computer giant's best-known machines, the Am... sorry, the Commodore 64. ...