Commodore RUN

A redesign and new concept of the C64 computer of 1982. An illuminated keyboard, additional standard keys and replacing the original F-Keys on the right side to four programmable buttons which can be used, for example, opening and quitting applications or start automator workflow scripts. The computer itself is now instead of the commodore floppy drive. The usual integrated harddisc is replaced by two SATA ssd drives on the front for inserting customary bootable ssd cards. So you can easily change your operating system or simple "xcopy" your existing system.

Bootable SSD Drive
separate programmable keys
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