updated 04:20 pm EST, Tue March 6, 2007
Commodore Gaming PC
The recently revived Commodore brand today announced that it would at last return to the computer market at CeBIT next week. While keeping silent on most details, the company says it will launch a high-end gaming PC at the Hannover expo, marking a "new chapter in its history" with the design. There will be some 'very exciting' features revealed at the March 15th launch, Commodore says.
The introduction marks thirteen years since the company last produced computers, with the original Commodore computer company shutting its doors in 1994 and remaining largely dormant until the Dutch firm Tulip bought it in 2003. The resurrected Commodore has focused primarily on media jukeboxes such as the Gravel in Pocket until today. [via Pro-G]