The Concept Commodore RUN Desktop Computer Blends Nostalgia and Modern Technologies

Commodore 64 had a huge success in the 1980s. Maybe a new redesigned C64 can replicate the success nowadays, so the concept Commodore RUN desktop computer was born along with an amazing blend of nostalgia from C64 and modern technologies.

The Concept Commodore RUN Desktop Computer Shows Honor to Commodore 64

Florian Renner, the Germany designer created Game Boy 1up came up with the awesome concept desktop computer named Commodore RUN. As a modern redesign of C64, the Commodore RUN shows off eye-catching contemporary style expressed by its ultra-thin illuminated keyboard, LCD display, wireless mouse and mini computer case.

The Concept Commodore RUN Desktop Computer Shows Honor to Commodore 64

Meanwhile, the talented designer has also skillfully combined those symbolic details with the design concept such as the Commodore floppy disk styled computer case, similar keyboard layout with C64’s keyboard and widely used rounded corners and more.

The Concept Commodore RUN Desktop Computer Shows Honor to Commodore 64

As a modern desktop computer, the Commodore RUN features two easily accessible SATA SSD drives that allows you to effortlessly insert different SSD cards for changing OS or data transmission, and its backlit keyboard with function keys and wireless mouse bring you comfortable operation and typing experience. In addition, using the slots on the back of the LCD display and the aluminum stand, you can adjust the height of the display for optimal viewing experience. However, it’s just a design concept. If it had been released ten years ago, maybe Commodore would have had its second youth.

The Concept Commodore RUN Desktop Computer Shows Honor to Commodore 64 The Concept Commodore RUN Desktop Computer Shows Honour to Commodore 64

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  • rc_cola

    I had a VIC20 and a C64 back in the day. Great machines, very flexible, and quite powerful for what they were. The worst aspect of the Commodore line was always their inability to market themselves out of a wet paper bag.