Commodore Gaming, a conglomerate formed when several Dutch upstarts joined forces in 2005 to buy the Commodore name (but not the technology or suicidal business sense), is finally ready for action. Today the company began selling two high-end Wintel boxes in the UK, Ireland, and online. Starting at £1759 (just over $3500 at the current exchange rate), these juggernauts are a pricey way to play all those PC games you've already been playing on a cheaper rig. But wait! For no additional charge, you can customize your Commodore with a fruity paint job of your choice called a "C-Kin." Are you slavering with excitement yet?

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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