Great it will be over priced just to relive the good old days. The 80s were the last decade that America and Europe was free. Now one has to get a license to blog in Philly and in many states a license to fish!
[citation][nom]nforce4max[/nom]Great it will be over priced just to relive the good old days. The 80s were the last decade that America and Europe was free. Now one has to get a license to blog in Philly and in many states a license to fish![/citation]
thats because the governments are worried about the ever growing population wondering around doing whatever they wish... the only solution is to make every one get a license before they do something... or... population control! *wicked laugh*
back to the topic, isnt ASUS bringing a keyboard pc with a laptop like trackpad too? in fact all they look like are laptops without the screens!
I like it, I wouldn't mind having a keyboard computer around, generally atom-ion setups are ok in terms of power and fairly reliable. previous gen dual core atoms could actually run most games at a decent fps, everything at low but still...
Commodore USA run by B.Altman of Hooker Fine Furniture and Homecraft?
This item is pathetic and Commodore USA has little if anything to do with the original company and the C64 (except for an agreement with a company called Commodore Licensing B.V. - which owns the right to license the Commodore name).
Common guy! Even resurrecting the Amiga may be a vague pipe dream (although there some people working toward that).
This is just another (relatively weak) PC styled to sell you on it nostalgia value. I'd be willing to bet that the don't even have this mocked up yet and all your getting are stock photos.
And some of you would buy this? Silly idea meets equally silly consumers.