Well remembered as one of the first home computers, the iconic Commodore brand re-launched earlier this year touting its high end gaming PCs, all emblazoned with a wide range of unique skin designs.
The new Commodore G comes as standard with an Intel quad core processor, 2GB RAM and an Nvidia GeForce 8800 graphics card.
"Play.com is a leading light in the PC gaming market and we believe they have the right audience focus to match the product positioning," said Bala Keilman, CEO of Commodore Gaming.
"The Commodore G is a fantastic rig and offers unbeatable gaming capabilities at a sub £1,000 price. In its basic specification it will happily play the latest games as well as eat any other PC application for breakfast."
The Commodore G is available immediately from £999.99 and includes 50 classic Commodore gaming titles and a five-pack bundle of more contemporary games including Tomb Raider: Anniversary.
Commodore also released a range of Wi-Fi enabled media players at Cebit earlier this year.
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