OK, I know the Commodore name hasn't meant much more than a logo for a very long time now. Even when it did, the VIC-20 was hardly its best or most fondly remembered machine. But was this really the best that Commodore could do — a hastily slapped together Mini-ITX system with a logo thrown onto it? If you really must — and I certainly won't be — it's powered by an Intel Atom D2700, GeForce GT 520, 4GB of RAM and comes with a 1TB hard drive as standard, for $US995. [Commodore USA]
Commodore's Vic Mini Redefines The Vic-20
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