It’s 99% American made — everything except the motherboard is American made,” Altman said. “It just didn’t seem right to have the Commodore 64 become a Chinese import, though we sell other computers that are and they’re just fine. It probably goes back to a nostalgia thing, and we don’t have the benefit of the less expensive labor, but we felt strongly that it was the right thing to do for this model. — Barry Altman, chief executive of Commodore USA, LLC (April 2011)
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