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CyberPowerPC Unveils New Streaming PCs, All-in-Ones, Gaming Laptops, and More at CES

Category: Prebuilts
Posted: 12:14PM

CyberPowerPC has expanded plenty throughout the years, offering custom built gaming PCs to laptops, monitors, All-in-Ones, and more. Today it has a little bit of everything for CES, with 2-in-1 gaming and streaming PCs, a curved screen All-in-One, new gaming laptops, and even gaming PCs that are VR ready. The 2-in-1 gaming and streaming PCs come in the form of the Pro Streamer series, which come pre-installed and configured with OBS open-source streaming and XSPLIT live streaming applications so you can broadcast your games right from the start. CyberPowerPC pre-installs the software based on which configuration you select, with three models ranging from an Intel Core i3 to Core i7 Skylake processors for whatever quality you're after. Other highlights include 8GB DDR4 RAM, 128GB SSD, an H110 Mini-ITX motherboard, and an Avermedia Live Gamer HD capture card.

Moving over to an All-in-One, CyberPowerPC took a 34" curved monitor from Samsung and fit a full-featured PC inside. The Arcus features a 3440x1440 resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate, with up to an Intel Core i7 Skylake processor and single NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN video card inside. It can be either air cooled or liquid cooled, features dual 2.5" HDD/SSDs, UDIMM desktop memory, a USB webcam with dual mics, and plenty of connections to use this as your main PC or even a TV if you choose. Its use of off-the-shelf components mean it can be easily upgraded, too.

On the laptop side of things, we have the Fangbook 4 SK-X with G-SYNC. It features an Intel Core i7-6820HK Skylake processor, the first ever mobile K-Series CPU, and a 17.3" screen to display all your games. It features a range of NVIDIA GeForce GTX mobile cards for G-SYNC goodness, giving you smooth gameplay by syncing the refresh rate to the GPU. The Fangbook 4 SK-X also has 32GB (4x8GB) of DDR4 2133MHz SODIMM RAM, USB 3.0, USB C, an SD card reader, HDMI 1.4, Mini DisplayPort, Killer GbLAN, and 802.11ac WiFi. There are two other gaming laptops launching, as well. The Vector is another 17.3" model with a 1080p IPS panel and an Intel Core i7-6820HK CPU. It also has a GeForce GTX 970M, 16GB DDR4 RAM, an M.2 SSD, a backlit keyboard, and more. The Tracer drops the size down to 15.6", with another 1080p IPS panel. It also has an Intel Core i7-6700HQ CPU, a GeForce GTX 965M, DDR4 RAM, an M.2 SSD, and a backlit keyboard.

Switching to VR, CyberPowerPC is teaming up with Valve's Steam VR and HTC's Vive teams to deliver a VR gaming experience without breaking the bank. CyberPowerPC's VR line starts at just $999 and features an Intel Core i5 Skylake processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 900 Series video cards. No other details are available on these just yet, but expect that information before long.

The CyberPowerPC Pro Streamer series is avaiable now, starting at $1899 with an Intel Core i5-6600K and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 video card with Windows 10 Home. There's also a "Standard" model with a Core i3-6100 CPU for the same price if you don't want any customizations. The Arcus will be available soon, but no price is announced for it just yet. The Fangbook 4 SK-X is also availble now and starts at $1885 for the base model with Windows 10 Home. The Vector and Tracer arrive later this month, with the Vector starting at $1800 and the Tracer at $1300.

Source: Press Release

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