It may be hard to imagine life without that lightning-fast PC or Mac on your desktop with its 3D graphics and 200 GB hard drive, but the Commodore 64 used to be a top-of-the-line computer.
CNN readers like Daniel Mackey of Fulton, New York, told us they still respect and appreciate the simplicity of the Commodore 64 era.
"The current state of computing is crazy," Mackey said. "Any time you buy a system it is already outdated. Back in the days of the Commodore you really didn't have to worry about that because the C64 was what it was -- other than expansion devices." Read full article »
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