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Believe It Or Not, This 1:1 Scale Iron Man Is A Custom PC Case Mod

With so many talented PC modders around, there is certainly no “the best PC mod” but there is surely the biggest when it comes to scale. Now, you must be thinking, ‘what’s there to be scale when it comes to PC mod?’ Well, that my friend is exactly what this Life-size Iron Man Mk 45 PC Case Mode is about. It is a PC buried inside a custom PC case inspired by Tony Stark’s Iron Man Mk 45 suit and it is indeed 1:1 scale. A life-size PC case mod. Take a moment to imagine that, my friends. I’d be lying if I were to say my mind wasn’t totally blown away when I first lay eyes on it. Continue reading Believe It Or Not, This 1:1 Scale Iron Man Is A Custom PC Case Mod

Here’s The Limited Edition MSI Trident 3 In Cool, Icy White Color

Usually gaming rig is defined by the color black, but if black is not your cuppa and you need a powerful off-the-shelf rig, well, then here’s the MSI Trident 3 VR7RD-048US Arctic Limited Edition Gaming PC for you. Based on the award winning Trident 3 introduced earlier this year, Arctic Limited Edition, as the product name implies, is the Trident 3 you have known dressed in icy white hue. Ermmm. Think that’s about it. It is really purely cosmetics. Continue reading Here’s The Limited Edition MSI Trident 3 In Cool, Icy White Color

MSI Usher The Era Of Virtual Reality With Lighter And Slimmer Backpack PC

So, the Backpack PC we read about back in June is not what MSI has in mind about a wearable gaming computer. Lets just chuck that aside and meet MSI’s newest iteration of the soon-to-be-hot PC-on-your-back movement. Dubbed VR One (not to be confused with ZEISS VR One headset), MSI is quick to stake claim as “the world’s first-ever VR backpack.” With that statement, we take it as a full-functional, ready in-exchange for your hard-earned money product. However, pricing has yet to be disclosed, but it don’t take genius to figure out that a rig like such is going cost quite a fair amount. The backpack PC is currently on the show floor of Tokyo Game Show 2016, which opens its door to trade visitors today, on September 15. Continue reading MSI Usher The Era Of Virtual Reality With Lighter And Slimmer Backpack PC

MSI Show Off Backpack PC For Virtual Reality At Computex Taipei 2016

What’s the biggest thing this season? Virtual Reality. Well, not just Virtual Reality, but Virtual Reality backpacks. Why? Because nobody wants to be tripping over cables when there’s a VR headset glued to their heads and because VR should be mobile. As it turns out, HP isn’t the only company tinkering with the idea of equipping a PC on your back; MSI too. In fact, MSI has revealed ahead of the Computex Taipei this year their iteration, simple called Backpack PC. I know. The name is a little less than inspiring (unlike Omen X, which sounds pretty impressive) and it isn’t as sleek as Omen X, but hey, it’s a start, isn’t it? Continue reading MSI Show Off Backpack PC For Virtual Reality At Computex Taipei 2016

MSI WT72 6QN, The World’s First NVIDIA VR Ready Workstation Costs $5,500

Whether you are a creator or consumer of VR content, MSI’s newest mobile workstation, WT72 6QN is going to put a smile on your first (well, that’s before you notice the price tag, but more on that later). As the post title said, it is the world’s first NVIDIA VR ready mobile workstation, featuring NVIDIA’s latest mobile GPU, the Quadro M5500 3D with 8GB GDDR5 video memory. Three models are being offered, differing in display resolution, RAM and processor. Continue reading MSI WT72 6QN, The World’s First NVIDIA VR Ready Workstation Costs $5,500

MSI Vortex G65: Powerful Gaming PC With Seriously Tiny Footprint

Thanks to the MSI Vortex G65 Mini-tower Gaming PC, your days with clunky tower that takes up a chunk of your table top is over. At a size measuring 7.61 x 7.01 x 10.55 inches, this 8.8 lbs gaming rig is no bigger than a subwoofer and best part is, it ain’t a box like so many ‘mini’ gaming rigs are. Packed inside its beautiful cylindrical form factor is an Intel Core i7-6700K processor, backed by up to 64GB RAM, along with Super RAID 4 and dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics with up to 16GB of VRAM. Despite its compact form, it is still very much upgradeable and expandable, and it is certainly not lacking in the connectivity department, including three USB 3.0 ports as well as Thunderbolt 3 for uber fast data transfer and Dual Killer Gaming Network E2400. Continue reading MSI Vortex G65: Powerful Gaming PC With Seriously Tiny Footprint

MSI’s Eye-tracking Gaming Laptop Hit The Shelves For $2,600

If you think today’s games are getting so complex that digits and hands aren’t enough to cope, then MSI GT72S G Tobii Gaming Laptop with Eye-Tracking Technology is for you. Billed as “the world’s first gaming notebook that unlocks the power of vision,” the GT72S G Tobii allows you to do things like switching targets in a game, select objects on the floor, or even automatically pause a game by focusing or looking away. Supported game titles include Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Assassin’s Creed Rouge, ArmA II, Elite Dangerous – just to name a few. Continue reading MSI’s Eye-tracking Gaming Laptop Hit The Shelves For $2,600

This Insanely Detailed, Ginormous Jedi Star Destroyer Is Actually A PC Case

We thought we have seen some pretty wild custom PC cases, but obviously we were wrong; we have seen nothing yet. If there’s anything this world lacks, talented PC modders with the knack for creating incredible cases are not one of them and the Venator Class Star Destroyer custom PC case you see here is yet another one that’s set to blow everyone’s mind. Created by one dude known by the handle Asphiax as an entry for a PC modding contest organized by MSI, this massive Jedi cruiser is not a off-the-shelf model; it is handcrafted entirely with aluminum and 3D printed parts, painstakingly detailed and spray painted to arrive to what it is today. Continue reading This Insanely Detailed, Ginormous Jedi Star Destroyer Is Actually A PC Case

MSI’s New Palm-size Cubi N Mini-PC Boasts Intel Brawell Processor That Sips Just 15W of Power

With mini-PC getting more powerful and smaller, it is a wonder if there’s still a place for standalone DVD/BD players. That’s just a thought, because looking at what MSI’s newest palm-size PC, Cubi N, has to offer, we really think things will not end up well for traditional standalone players. Heck, we didn’t think media players will be spared either. Cubi N is the latest in MSI Cubi line of mini desktop PCs and it sports the new low-power consumption Intel Brawell processor – a Celeron N3150 – which sips just 15W of power. It is not a mobile desktop PC like the Kangaroo, but it is capable enough and fairly small, measuring 116mm x 112mm x 45mm. Continue reading MSI’s New Palm-size Cubi N Mini-PC Boasts Intel Brawell Processor That Sips Just 15W of Power

MSI Announces The World’s First Gaming Laptop Outfitted with Mechanical Keyboard

Graphics is not the only factor affecting a gamer’s decision on whether to go for a portable or a desktop gaming rig. There is one other thing a desktop has to offer that laptop can’t: mechanical keyboard. For ages, desktop PC gamers have been enjoying the goodness brought about by mechanical keyboard, but for laptop users, they are pretty much relegated to what’s built into their portable, which obviously ain’t no mechanical stuff. Of course, you can always grab a separate mechanical keyboard if you’re that hardcore, but what if there is a gaming laptop that comes standard with mechanical keyboard? Sounds like an impossibility? Well, it is not, because that’s what MSI is proposing with the upcoming MSI GT80 Titan gaming laptop. Continue reading MSI Announces The World’s First Gaming Laptop Outfitted with Mechanical Keyboard