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The C64 mini is a tiny, retro-console, in the same vein as devices like the NES and SNES Classic Editions and the Sony PlayStation Classic. The C64 mini, of course, is designed to mimic the beloved Commodore 64, which was the best-selling, single model personal computer, of all time – but in a much smaller package. After a couple of firmware updates, the C64 mini has generally been well received. The diminutive system includes a host of games and offers the ability to program or run your own as well. The keyboard on the mini is not functional, however, so you’re forced to plug in a USB keyboard, and figure out which keys are mapped to some of the original Commodore 64’s proprietary... Read more...
The retro gaming wars are definitely beginning to heat up. Nintendo brought mainstream awareness to the reinvention of retro gaming consoles with the NES Classic Edition, and followed up with the SNES Classic Edition. Atari is answering with the Ataribox. And now, we have a fully licensed and miniaturized version of the Commodore 64 -- the world's best-selling home computer. The C64 Mini, which is a 50 percent scale replica, plugs into your television with an included 4-foot HDMI cable. Like the NES Classic Edition and SNES Classic Edition, the C64 Mini features CRT, scanline emulation and pixel perfect display modes to further enhance your computing experience. Also included in the box is a... Read more...