Commodore and MLB play ball

Commodore teams up with Major League Baseball to produce MLB-themed PC cases.

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I don't know about the crossover between die-hard baseball fans and hardcore PC gamers, two seemingly disparate groups, but that hasn't stopped Commodore from partnering with Major League Baseball to offer custom-painted cases with your favorite team's colors and logo.

Currently, there are only four teams offered--Mets, Yankees, Red Sox, and Phillies--but the press release states that additional teams will be added in the weeks to follow. So stay tuned Kansas City Royals fans.

Since its reemergence , Commodore has offered many custom paint themes, which it calls C-kins. The MLB themes feature standard C-kin pricing: $275 for a full ATX chassis and $210 for just the painted panels, which you would them slap on the Commodore PC you already own.

No word on whether just MLB teams will be offered or if you'll be able to get player-specific themes--say, Derek Jeter's No. 2 jersey on the side of your PC. I would seriously consider purchasing a custom-painted Commodore PC if it came grossly overclocked with Barry Bonds- or Roger Clemens-themed art.

Nothing says "World Champions" like a custom-painted PC case. Commodore Gaming
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Matt Elliott, a technology writer for more than a decade, is a PC tester, Mac user, and amateur photographer based in New Hampshire.


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