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 luxurious one-off-a-kind tribute to that computer, designed by Swedish designer Love Hultèn who is known for his beautiful custom made retro gaming arcades and devices.
This reincarnation of the all-in-one home computer PET 2001 comes complete with original accents like the dainty keyboard and datasette (Commodore’s storage device that looks like a mini cassette player).
The PET De Lux is made from American walnut wood and 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.
Also, if you can afford, Hultén will make you a customized version built to your own specifications.