The Swedish industrial designer Love Hultèn has made it his job to provide devices with a retro jacket and sell them for a lot of money as design items.
A good example is his Commodore PET 2001, a variation on a computer that came out in 1977.
The modern Commodore PET is equipped with a modern computer, on which an emulator runs to simulate the authentic computer experience.
The frequent use of walnut wood and the associated wireless controllers make the device a feast for the eyes.
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