Der Ur-Commodore PET, der erste Heimcomputer der Welt, in einer Verkleidung aus Walnuß-Holz von Love Hulten aus Schweden. Neben dem PET (Personal Electronic Transactor) laufen auf dem Emulator außerdem jede Menge weiterer alter Kisten, inklusive C64. WANT!
The PET 2001 was released by Commodore in 1977 and was the first all-in-one home computer model to hit the market. PET De Lux is a one-off-a-kind tribute to that computer, handmade from American walnut. And while overall superficialities are kept true to its original heritage(chiclet keyboard and cassette deck included), PET De Lux hosts a modern computer inside, emulating video game systems such as Commodore64, NES and many more. For overall navigation and control, the computer is accompanied by two custom-built wireless controllers, inspired by the classic TAC-2 joystick.