PiixL has this week launched a new gaming PC called the G-Pack which has been designed to provide users with a Valve Steam powered gaming system with the power of the PC together with the interface of a gaming console.
The G-Pack has been specifically designed to be attached to the back of your HDTV and be ultra-quiet yet provide high performance gaming. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the G-Pack project and see it in action.
The G-Pack is the first VESA mountable gaming PC to a offer a high powered gaming rig while remaining completely unobtrusive with the ability to be hidden behind your HDTV. Its creators PiixL explain a little more:
“We’re gamers. We love games: the worlds, the challenges, the whole experience. However, when it comes down to it, gamers are faced with a difficult choice: either go for PCs which provide superior graphics, better pricing and customisability, or choose consoles which offer exceptional interface design, usability and living-room aesthetics.
PCs would be the obvious purist choice for running games, but due to their interface and form-factor you’re not able to enjoy them in the comfort of your living room, on your best screen. Sure, you could bring a gaming rig into your lounge but who wants a large, noisy PC tower with lots of wire cluttering up their space?
We think that’s a problem, we want to experience the games we love at their best – in fact we demand it. Yet at the same time we don’t want to be stuck at a desk or sacrifice the aesthetic of our living space. That’s why we’ve invented G-Pack.”
The G-Pack project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $150,000 pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think G-Pack is a gaming PC your home could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help G-Pack become a reality with pledges starting from just $445.
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