Games icon gets modern makeover

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Iconic technology firm Commodore has chosen Cebit as the launch pad for a new subsidiary dedicated to PC gaming.

From April, Commodore Gaming will start selling a line of PCs that cater for the high-end home gamer.

Crammed with high-end components, the machines will also sport distinctive artwork on the case.

The line of computers will be aimed at consumers who do not want to take on the task of building themselves a machine optimised for gaming.

Bala Keilman, chief executive of Commodore Gaming, said: "It feels like the right time to bring back the Commodore brand."

Cebit, billed as the world's largest hi-tech fair runs from 15-21 March.

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