The firm’s enthusiast gaming rigs are now available online.

Commodore Gaming site goes live

Resurgent computing brand Commodore Gaming has gone live with online sales of its high spec gaming PCs.

According to a press release the PCs will be available from 4pm today in the UK and Ireland, however the site ( is allowing sales now.

The online store is selling the higher specification gx (£1759) and xx (£2899) models, while the g and gs range will be available to retail. Pricing for the retail models remains to be seen.

The online store will be launching across the rest across Europe in mid May, alongside retail outlets in UK, Germany, France and the Benelux. Launches in other territories will follow.

One of the key features the firm is pushing is the extent to which the PCs can be internally and externally customised. It is currently offering 100 unique ‘C-kins’ designs on the website.

“This marks a new chapter in the history of Commodore, opening our webshop to offer great gaming PCs that are as unique as they are customisable,” said Bala Keilman, CEO for Commodore Gaming. “We’re extremely excited and proud to offer our range of exceptional gaming machines and since PC gaming and online gaming is about instant entertainment, this is what we intend to deliver with machines that will satisfy everyone from the casual gamer to the professional.”

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