Commodore has released some new details about its upcoming netbooks, first announced a few months ago. Tom’s Hardware reports that there will be three distinct lines of Commodore mini-laptops

The Commodore F and J series netbooks will both have 10.1 inch screens ad a choice of VIA C7 or Intel Atom processors. The J series is designed for business us, with an E-SATA port and a larger keyboard. Both models will have 1-2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, WiFI, Bluetooth, 3 USB ports, and Windows XP>

The company will also release a 7 inch M series netbook for developing and educational markets. These models will have slower processors and will run Linux, Windows CE, or Windows XP and have smaller solid state disks. 

via Netbook News Italia

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4 replies on “More Commodore netbook details”

  1. It makes me feel kind of sentimental…back to the days of the C64 and C128. I’ll have to check the price on them. Honestly, I didn’t even think Commodore was still around.

    1. How cool would it be to dual boot into C64 or Amiga mode? All those great games and memories 🙂

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