Fans of retro games consoles will soon be able to buy a revitalised version of the Commodore 64.
Commodore is making a Windows PC that fits inside a beige shell, with the exact same look as its ancestor.
The original 8-bit machine was released way back in 1982 with just 64 kilobytes of memory. It went on to become one of the best ever selling computers.
Commodore’s updated version, Commodore 64x (C64x) will run on Windows 7, with an emulator capable of playing games writer for the original.
Commodore has started taking orders for the C64x, priced at $595 (£364), expected to be shipped between May and June. It is due to appear in shops later.
The console’s internal hardware is based around a dual-core Intel Atom D525; a chip found in my laptop.
It will be possible to equip the model with a Bluray DVD player.