We were a little more technically impressed with Ben Heck squeezed an Xbox 360 into a laptop case, but his new Commodore 64 laptop scores at least a few points for nostalgia.

The laptop houses original Commodore 64 hardware, including less convenient throwbacks like the cartridge reader and keyboard (though the keyboard has been chiseled down a bit). Upgrades include the new 80stastic case, a slew of LEDs, one Nokia LCD, two speakers and an SD slot to load game images.

Oh, and another neat factoid: The laptop uses a Gamecube power supply.

The Anti-DSi: Commodore 64 LaptopS

The Anti-DSi: Commodore 64 LaptopS

The Anti-DSi: Commodore 64 LaptopS

The Anti-DSi: Commodore 64 LaptopS

The Anti-DSi: Commodore 64 LaptopS

[benheck via Kotaku]