Commodore’s a household name a few decades ago when it comes to computers, and plenty of things have changed since then. It has not returned to the pinnacle of its heyday, but that does not mean the Commodore brand name is done and over with where the PC experience is concerned, what with the release of the Commodore 64 in recent times. Here we have the AMIGA Mini PC that will come in a small form factor design, boasting a rather beefy 3.5GHz Core i7-2700k processor, 16GB of DDR3 memory, NVIDIA’s GeForce GT 430 with 1GB of video memory, a Wi-Fi radio as well as a 1TB hard drive which you can always scale down to 300GB or 600GB should you prefer a solid state drive for a speedier performance. Not only that, the AMIGA Mini PC will come with a slot-loading Blu-ray drive that is accompanied by a couple of 2.5″ drives. To make sure folks know you are the trendy sort, it will feature an Amiga logo on the front panel. Prices hover around the $2,495 point if you are interested.