Commodore Gaming, which is bringing the Commodore brand back to the videogame fold with its range of high-end gaming PCs, has launched its online store.
Initially, the store is only open to residents in the UK and Ireland, but the company plans to open it up to the entire of Europe next month.
Commodore Gaming is selling its top-range PCs through the online store, the Commodore xx and Commodore gx. The former retails at a wallet-busting £2899, the latter £1759. Consumers can customise various aspects of the machines, including the case artwork - or C-kin as the company calls it.
The Commodore g and Commodore gs range will be sold through Commodore Gaming's retail outlets launching in the UK, Germany, France and the Benelux in May. Prices for this range are to be announced.
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