I know, right!
Commodore has announced that they are re-releasing the classic system for the modern user. Its original 64 kilobytes of memory will be boosted up to 2GB of DDR3 (expandable to 4GB), with a 1.8ghz dual-core Intel Atom D525.
The new system can do full HD video, and is capable of Wi-Fi. And of course, it’ll also be able to do classic 8-bit games via an emulator.
The new Commodore is expected to release in June of this year for $595.