In the late 1970s, Commodore International introduced the Personal Electronic Transactor (PET) 2001, the first fully featured computer in their line and one that would ultimately make it into homes across the US and Canada. The talented Swedish craftsman Love Hultén built a brand new machine called the PET De Lux that’s a tribute to the original. Using American walnut and a host of modern parts (presumably a Rasperry Pi running RetroPie), Hultén’s PET De Lux is a gorgeous homage to the original that allows you to play all your favorite classic video games like Asteroids and Dig Dug. When it comes to staying true to the original, PET De Lux has the same iconic shape, chiclet keyboard and cassette deck, along with two custom wireless controllers inspired by the TAC-2 joystick. If you want to add your own PET De Lux to your home or office, Love Hultén will build a custom version suited to your personal tastes.