Reliving the '80s with a new "Commodore 64"

03/18/2010 | CIO.com

The Commodore brand, responsible for a popular line of PCs in the 1980s, will be returning to the marketplace, albeit with a few upgrades. The updated Commodore, which will be produced by a new company that is licensing the brand name, will have a 64-bit Intel quad-core processor, 500 gigabytes of storage, 4GB of RAM and four USB ports. The Commodore USA e-commerce site is scheduled to launch June 1.

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