Commodore to release UMMD 8010/F netbook computer
The Commodore computer brand was revived in 2003 to sell inexpensive MP3 players, then was re-launced in 2007 as a maker of high-end gaming PC’s. At the IFA show in Berlin Commodore has announced another product–the UMMD 8010/F netbook computer.
Features of the UMMD 8010/F will include:
- Via C7-M processor at 1.6GHz
- Choice of Windows XP or Linux
- 10-inch LCD
- 1GB RAM
- 80GB hard drive
- 1.3 megapixel webcam
- 802.11b/g Wi-Fi
- Digital array microphone
- Will be available in white, black, grey and pink
Look for it to be released later this month for £325, or about $585 US. A bit on the high side for what you get so you’d have to be a serious fan of Commodore to jump on one of these.