Commodore computers were at one time a big thing, but times have changed. Today Commodore is revived as a brand of gaming PCs and today, that brand now extends to keyboard PCs.
Commodore USA today debuted on its website a keyboard form factor PC that packs in all the necessary parts – except for the display – into the keyboard. Interestingly, Commodore lists on its slideshow for the product that it's compatible with a wide array of operating systems, including Windows, Linux and even Mac OS X. Of course, there's a note saying that Apple's OS is unsupported and that the user must install it himself.
Some may liken this keyboard PC to Asus' still unreleased Eee Keyboard, but the Commodore packs an optical drive and doesn’t have the integrated touchscreen. Engadget did point out that the product pictures do bear a striking resemblance to Cybernet's keyboard computers, which supported Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad, with starting prices at $629.
Look for the Commodore Keyboard PC to hit sometime in Spring.
The old Commodor 64