Play.com announce exclusive agreement with CommodoreGaming

London, 06th August 2007, Online entertainment retailer Play.com ( www.play.com) is delighted to announce that it will be the first retailer to offer the hotly received CommodoreG following an exclusive agreement with Commodore Gaming. The new rig is available to buy from the site from today for£999.99, a month before any other retailer.

Gamers will be thrilled with the capabilities of the Commodore G which takes PC gaming to the next level. With an Intel Core 2 quad processor and 2GB of RAM, the Commodore G is optimised for gaming as well as providing a home PC that will readily perform other tasks at high speeds. Each gaming machine can be customised with Commodore’s unique skins (C-Kins) to match personal taste, with Commodore offering over 100 designs of specially selected art including street art, photography, PC game artwork and many other licensed images.

This focus on design and personalisation can even be seen in the small details: two multicoloured LED lights inside the fans can be independently controlled to change or enhance the mood with an ambient glow. Meanwhile, a new ICE Cube cooling system exclusive to Commodore Gaming provides extreme levels of cooling, reducing the core temperature by up to seven degrees, ensuring optimum efficiency.

Bala Keilman, CEO for Commodore Gaming, commented“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. The Commodore G is a fantastic rig and offers unbeatable gaming capabilities at a sub£1000 price. In its basic specification it will happily play the latest games as well as eat any other PC application for breakfast.”

Stuart Rowe, spokesperson for Play.com said,“This product exclusive is indicative of our continued growth and presence in the games market.”

Available from Play.com http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3436298/-/Product.html?searchstring=commodore&searchsource=1 for£999.99, the CommodoreG gaming PC comes bundled with 50 classic commodore gaming titles and a five game pack including the Tomb Raider anniversary.

Main Specifications:

Processor: Intel QuadCore Q6600 2.40GHz, 8MB L2 Cache, 1066MHZ FSB

Memory: 2GB XMS Pro Corsair RAM 6400 800MHz

HDD Capacity: 500GB 7200RPM

Graphics Card: nVidia 320MB 8800GTS SLi ready

Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium

Optical Drive: 18x Speed DVD +/-RW

Card Reader: 13 in 1 Memory Card Reader

Audio: Integrated 7.1 Realtek ALC883 audio codec Audio

Power: 550W Ice Cube PSU

Motherboard: ASUS P5N-E SLI (NVIDIA nForce i650) motherboard

USB Ports: 6x USB 2.0

Visit www.play.com and be the one of the first to own one.

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Please contact:

Karen Ward

Hill&Knowlton

Tel: 020 7973 5961

E-mail: kward@hillandknowlton.com

Lisa Hayhurst

Hill&Knowlton

Tel: 020 7413 3038

E-mail lhayhurst@hillandknowlton.com

About Play.com

PLAY.com is the UK's favourite DVD, CD and games retailer and was founded in 1998 by Richard Goulding and Simon Perrée. PLAY.com offers DVDs, CDs, games, books gadgets and electronics and has added to the range with Posters, T-shirts and the recently launched online trading site– PlayTrade™.

Play.com differentiates itself from competitors by focusing on entertainment and leisure only and pioneering free delivery on the internet.

PLAY.com has become the UK's third most visited online retailer with in excess of four million customers in over 30 countries with more than 600 employees.

About Commodore Gaming

Driven by a team of gaming veterans and enthusiasts across a broad range of disciplines Commodore Gaming is a passionate provider of products and services for the mobile, PC and Video game market. Having acquired the Commodore brand in late 2005 as part of a joint venture with Commodore International Corporation, Commodore Gaming aims to re-establish the brand as a leader in its industry.


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