So I was flipping around the internet, and I came across this gem.
Apparently a Hybrid XBox 360 Slim and PC concoction has surfaced.
Yeah, I didn’t believe it either, but if you don’t believe me, check it out after the jump.
Each PC comes with a built-in Xbox 360 ‘Slim’, which can be played while the PC is running other tasks and software, and supports all of the same connections and features of a full console. While the built-in Xbox 360 is certainly the biggest selling point of The Big O, it is actually one of the fastest gaming rigs available.
The entry level version of the system features an overclocked 4.0GHz Intel Core i7 930 processor, a liquid cooled Rampage III Extreme motherboard, dual NVIDIA GTX 480 GPUs, 6GBs of memory, dual 50GB SSD drives, a 2TB hard drive, Creative Fatal1ty sound card, and built-in Blu-ray burner. Sounds expensive? It is; Origin has priced the base configuration at $7,669.
And if that isn’t all, you can even go so far as further customising it if the above specs aren’t enough for your greedy gaming needs.
The Big O offers this powerhouse which features dual Intel Xeon X5680 processors overclocked to 4.3GHz, an EVGA SR2 motherboard, liquid cooling, quad SLI EVGA GTX 480 GPUs, 12GBs of memory, four 50GB SSD drives, two 2TB hard drives, a built-in Blu-ray burner, and a built-in 8 channel HD audio sound card, at a price of $16,999.
So if you want to shell out the big bucks to show off this shiny toy to your friends, and say “I have a XBox 360 Slim and a Gaming PC all rolled into one” you can shoot on over to their website.
Last Updated: September 8, 2010