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Commodore C64 Old & New

Original C64

Most of us should have seen, used or even owned one the old Commodore products back in the day. If it was the VIC20, C64, C128 or even for some lucky ones, the AMIGA.

Well, Commodore USA is trying to make some sort of comback with a new Linux distrobution, trying to capture the joy of the old Commodore range. They are also building new chassis with modern components to look like the old units we came to love and enjoy.

New C64
The new version looks the same, feels the same, but is a modern PC running Linux.

Head over to for more details and download the Linux distro to experience the new Commodore OS.


  1. Yes, but will you b e able to play your favourite C64 games (Elite, Apache gunship)? (Does it have a tape drive?)


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