PC gamers who grew up in the 80s remember the Commodore 64, the 128 and the Amiga.. The Amiga's operating system is still around, and there's a product called the Amiga, but the new computer does not run the Amiga OS. The Commodore 64 and Vic Slim provide Commodore fans with computers that plug into their TV. Commodore introduced new versions of these classic models last year. Remakes of these classic came onto the market last year.
The original C64 was an inexpensive computer that cost under 300 dollars. It provided a powerful graphics platform for the time. Its graphics rivaled the graphics available on the Nintendo Entertainment System. The Amiga continued this trend. The brand's current owner did not give this products a modest price tag.
A fully equipped Commodore 64 will cost the buyer nearly $1000 dollars. The user can play all of the latest PC games on it with ease. Sadly, this new system cannot play the original Commodore games without an emulator. Sadly, they have not reintroduced the Commodore 128.