The Annual Return From the Dead of the Commodore BrandS

The Commodore name still just about lives on, even though the original owners have long since left the factory. The latest product to carry the once-great computing name is the PC64—an all-in-one Atom PC in a C64 case.

Inside the authentically beige case is (or hopefully will be) a standard collection of PC parts, with an Intel Atom 525 processor, NVIDIA's Ion2 graphics handler, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 1TB hard drive and, to really blow the minds of people who remember the C64 launching in 1982, the option of a Blu-ray drive for data rather than a cassette tape player. [Engadget]