The Aura – A Curved Screen All-In-One PC With GTX 1080 Included




/ 4 years ago

Aura

With everyone looking to get their hands on a GTX 1080, now seems to be the time to use those saved up funds to grab yourself a new PC or a few upgrades. So with the GTX 1080 taking people by storm, why not give in to the idea that manufacturer Digital Storm has managed to create with the Aura? An all-in-one PC packing the latest graphics card from Nvidia.

The Aura is an all-in-one PC hidden behind a 34-inch curved screen display packing a resolution of 3440 x 1440. Starting at $1,999 the Aura comes in at the “good” level, offering users an core i5-6500, GTX 960 4GB and 16GB of DDR4 RAM.

Skipping the better tiers the best tier brings together the highest of components, with a GeForce GTX 1080 8GB founders edition being joined by an unlocked core i7 6700K at 4GHz and 16GB of DDR4 RAM for the price tag of $3,127. Packing a 500GB Samsung 850 EVO and 1TB hard drive with the Vortex Liquid CPU cooler keeping your PC quiet and cool while the chassis grants you easy access to swap out the components at your leisure.

Aura GTX 1080

With space for more RAM, an extra two SSD’s and an optical drive, the Aura offers you the complete gaming PC experience all in a single PC, hidden neatly behind your screen. Would you ever go for a curved PC screen? How about one with your PC built into it? Does keeping everything tidy matter or do you prefer to keep your stuff separate?

If your still interested you can pre-order and check out the Aura here on Digital Storms site.


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