The Commodore 64: When 64 Kilobytes Was a LOT of Computer Memory

It’s back for a whole new generation to experience the magic (and nostalgia) of early computing. The tannish-grey keyboard that was responsible for a tech design scheme ghat lasted an eternity is back with a vengeance. This all-in-one machine stored inside a keyboard form-factor has been updated with all the latest bells and whistles. Sixty-four kilobytes can be upgraded to a terabyte with a fast processor, WiFi, USB, HDMI and enough RAM to keep you happily multitasking while remembering the good old days.

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The Commodore 64 lives again

It was chunky, a hideous tan color, and, by today’s standards, ridiculously feeble.

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