The C64 Mini Retro Gaming PC

Oct 3, 2017

Category: Tech

Nintendo’s two throwback console releases over the last two years – the NES and SNES Classic Editions, respectively – have changed the face of retro gaming in a big way, bringing it to the forefront of everyone’s minds. And their popularity has ushered in a slew of similar releases, the latest of which being this: the C64 Mini retro gaming PC.

Based on the most popular single model of home computer ever released, the Commodore 64, this new version comes jam-packed with 64 preloaded classic games – including titles such as California Games, Chip’s Challenge, Hawkeye, Netherworld, and more – but in a package that is only 50% the size of the original. Even better, this one comes with dual USB ports (to connect other peripherals or to use it as a fully-functional keyboard), an HDMI output, and a classic gaming joystick. If your tech nostalgia reaches as far back as 1982, theres no better way to quench it than with the C64 Mini.

Learn more: The C64

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Tech

Win Her Heart With A Lab-Grown Diamond Engagement Ring From Clean Origin

Ethically-sourced settings that go big on value without breaking the bank.

Posted By Gray Van Dyke

Partner

This Lightweight & Thin G-SHOCK Watch Is Still As Rugged & Capable As Ever

The thinnest in the series, it's marked by a slim module and carbon core guard structure.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner
Featured Image

Samsung’s Curved 49″ Gaming Monitor Uses LED Tech From Its Neo TVs

An addition that makes it twice as bright as its predecessor.

Posted By

Jul 30, 2021

Featured Image

At Long Last, Bang & Olufsen Finally Drops Its First ANC True Wireless Earbuds

Built with passive sealing, a dedicated DSP chip, and six integrated microphones.

Posted By

Jul 29, 2021

Featured Image

Sony Expands The Alpha Line With Its First E-Mount Camera Aimed At Vloggers

Catering to creators with a setup that's as compact as it is capable.

Posted By

Jul 29, 2021

Featured Image

Tesla Finally Brings Its Ultra-Dense, Compact Megapack Batteries To Market

A 1 Gigawatt hour array (334 units) can power every home in San Francisco for 6 hours.

Posted By

Jul 28, 2021