Behold, The Commodore 64 Laptop!


A mere 27 years after the introduction of the Commodore 64, Benjamin J. Heckendorn fulfilled my 1982 geek daydreams of having a Commodore 64 laptop. The machine is built from original 64 hardware with a beautiful custom case that captures perfectly the design aesthetic of early 1980 computing.

What’s could be more impressive? How well it works. As you can see in this demo video.

More Video and Pics of the Commodore 64 laptop [at]


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2 thoughts on “Behold, The Commodore 64 Laptop!

  1. Quantum Mechanic says:

    Awesome. Now if someone would do that for a Radio Shack CoCo3, I’d be first in line to buy,

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