The first computer I saw---and played with---was a Sinclair Spectrum-ZX. But the second one, the one on which I took my first programming classes, was the Commodore 64.
I wrote my first BASIC programs on the Commodore (I was very little when we used to play with the Sinclair at home; I vaguely remember copying programs from magazines). Of course, I also played my first serious computer games on the Commodore. Especially there was this one called Wiz of War; we played for hours on two-player mode with friends...
The blue screen. 64K. "LOAD." "RUN". Ah, memories.
Look what they've done.
I don't know if it'll have its own (tiny) operating system; it's said to have support for WinXP, Win7 Aero, OS-X and various Linuxes. Of course, what this really is, is a laptop without a screen; therefore its usability is rather limited. If it will be useless without a TV, it really has two selling points only: As a gaming console, and, well, nostalgia.
I don't think I'll get one, but ah, the nostalgia: I saw this in the morning, and I smiled. Perhaps just that much will be enough to get enough people to open up the wallets.