If we go back 30 years, reach the early 80's, when the world saw the birth of the legendary Commodore 64, a computer for home use, no more and no less than 64 kilobytes of memory monster RAM, and running Commodore BASIC 2.0 operating system.
And though this computer is no longer manufactured or marketed, there is a company that took on the task of creating an exact replica, at least in terms of visuals, and that has components in any computer of our times. Also works on a modern operating system stable and reliable, how could it be otherwise, this is Linux, Ubuntu flavor to 10.10.
For if there are doubts about the modernity of this computer, some features are:
4 USB ports 1 HDMI port 1 RJ45 LAN (10/100/1000) From 160 GB to 1 TB Intel Atom Dual Core 1.8 GHz D525 NVIDIA ION2 (DDR3 512 MB) 2 to 4 GB of RAM
Thus, an excellent choice for those who want to remember old times, or for those who could never have one, but being part of the story they would like to at least have a replica, and that better be functional and modern.