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Commodore joins the retro gaming resurgence with the C64 Mini

The best selling computer of all time gets miniaturized.
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Commodore 64 Mini

There are quite few of you who are probably revisiting the '90s today as Nintendo released their highly anticipated SNES Classic. Hot on the heels of that release is the announcement of a mini version of the best selling computer of all time. The C64 Mini takes it back to 1982 with a 50% scale replica of the original design. The Mini will have 64 pre-installed games, HDMI out, a classic joystick, and USB ports if you want to connect a keyboard use it as a fully functioning Commodore computer.

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