Digital Storm has this week launched a new addition to its range of small form-factor gaming PC systems, with the unveiling of the new Eclipse mini PC that measures just 15 x 14 x 4 inches in size and is priced starting from $699.
Four systems are available in the range priced at $699, $899, $999, and $1,299, that are equipped with processors ranging from an unlocked Intel Pentium CPU with AMD Radeon R7 260X graphics, up to an i5 4690K processor supported by 4GB Nvidia GTX 970 graphics.
All four models have 8GB 1600MHz RAM and a 1TB 7200RPM HDD, but the top tier model alone is fitted with extra performance providing, 120GB Samsung EVO solid state disk (SSD). Digital Storm explains :
“The Eclipse is an uncompromised gaming behemoth that is fully equipped with desktop level performance in a slim footprint. Dominate the latest PC games thanks to Eclipse’s support for a full-size dedicated graphics card and desktop-class Intel processor. Always be one step ahead with the Eclipse’s gamer friendly design. Maximize upgradability with adjustable brackets and room for extra storage.”
For more information on the new Eclipse gaming rig and the full specifications available jump over to the Digital Storm website for details.
Source: PC GamerFiled Under: Gaming News, Hardware, Top News