While many adore Evangelion Unit-01 but not everyone is a fan of crybaby Shinjin. If you are an Evangelion fan who leans towards a stronger character, then perhaps this collab between the ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG), featuring Asuka and her mecha Evangelion Unit-02, may be right up your alley.
A gaming laptop does not actually let you gamine anywhere. It lacks a critical component for gaming anywhere: a desk. That’s not to mention laptops usually lack the raw power of a PC. This age-old dilemma of gaming laptops or gaming desktops remains, well, that’s until BASE comes along.
LEGO has commissioned many custom builds to promote products and/or celebrate certain events but this Halloween, the Danish toymaker took on a very different route. It built a monster, one-off brick-built gaming PC with an enclosure made out of LEGO bricks.
As impressive as some custom PC builds were, most of them are not radical like, say, the aquarium PC. Well, that’s until recently when the YouTube channel Basically Homeless did the unimaginable: turning a toilet tank into a functional gaming PC while retaining its ability to flush. While the toilet remains totally functional, how well …
MSI is not alone in supplying Evangelion-themed gaming hardware. Last month, ASUS also revealed that its ROG line is collaborating with Studio Khara for a collection of Evangelion-themed gaming hardware.
What looks like a model of the facade of Al Bahr Towers is actually a “breathing” PC. What you see here is a concept gaming PC from CyberPower Kinetic Series Gaming PC, featuring similar geometrical lattice screens found in the pair of towers in Abu Dhabi.
Remember the time when we told you Evangelion is getting into Esports with a line of gaming hardware. Well, in addition to the hardware that we have seen earlier, it appears that MSI will also be supplying some of e:Project gaming hardware.
Razer’s concepts used to get us pretty pumped. But after so many concepts like the Project Christine, Project Valarie, Razer Eracing Simulator Concept, and more recently, Project Brooklyn not materializing, we are less than enthusiastic about Razer’s concepts.
We have seen and intrigued by many custom PC builds, including one that’s “drivable”. Now meet one that’s rideable, or should I say, cycle-able. Folks, meet the Yolenzo Exo Giga Bike, a so-called “computer bicycle” and yes, it is totally rideable.
Forget about staring at your phone or TV when doing cardio on an exercise bike. The Playpulse ONE designed by Hong Kong-based Italian design studio Ponti Design Studio for Norwegian startup Playpulse takes entertainment while exercising to the next level. How? The Playpulse ONE is also a gaming computer.