Commodore 64 Rebooted

The legendary Commodore 64 personal computer has been reborn, reports The Los Angeles Times. Introduced in 1982, the original dominated the early computer scene and helped drive interest in home computing with its emphasis on entertainment.

The updated version retains the original two-tone brown exterior and old-style keyboard, but its insides have been souped up for modern times. It is available at the company Web store, with prices starting at $595.