The point is, everyone’s releasing bloody mega-portable Eee PC-alikes these days – even companies we all thought had long since stopped existing. Like Commodore here, with its all-new UMMD 8010/F, a netbook featuring pretty much what we’ve come to expect from one of these new wave mini laptops. Brace yourselves, the technical specifications paragraph is coming up next…
The UMMD 8010/F has a 1.6GHz Via C7-M processor, an 80GB old school rotating mechanical hard drive, 1GB of RAM, 802.11b/g wi-fi and a 10″ display. It has been precisely engineered to be exactly what we would expect.
We’re not sure who is actually putting this out, mind – this lot that operates under the Commodore name doesn’t seem to be responsible. If you currently own a license to manufacture Commodore-branded products, please leave a comment. We’d like to keep on top of who’s doing what.