Syber Vapor Extreme Gaming PC Console Released
Bohs Hansen / 3 years ago
CyberpowerPC has unleashed their newest Syber Vapor PC Gaming Console. They’ve released the X-venom and the Syber Vapor Extreme was born; an extremely powerful gaming PC in the form factor of a game console.
The Vapor is an upgradable and full featured PC gaming-system with all the benefits. You can enjoy all of your favourite PC games anywhere by simply plugging it into your big-screen TV and connecting it to a wireless network. The Vapor launches in Steam’s Big Picture mode with Microsoft Windows 8.1, so you get access to your full Steam library as well as all of your Windows features like Netflix, Hulu, web browsing, Skype and much more. CyberpowerPC promises all of this at an affordable price.
Unlike normal gaming consoles, the Syber Vapor systems are upgradeable in every way, just the same as your normal PC. You can also highly customize the setup before you purchase it. The Vapor Extreme takes its name seriously and is configured with an i7-4790K CPU and 8GB RAM on a MSI Z97I ACI mITX motherboard as default. Not surprising, the graphics card powering the system is one of the brand new Nvidia GeForce GTX 980’s. The lower power consumption and thereby low heat dissipation makes the card perfect for a compact system like this.
The basic model has a 1TB 7200 RPM hard drive but there are options for solid state drives as well. There is room for 2 drives in total in this system. Just like the previous Vapor I and Vapor A models, the case can be had in both black and white. The price starts at $1499; quite a bit more then a console, but you also get a lot more. You’re also able to downgrade parts of the system, if you don’t need them or the price simply is to high for you budget.
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The new systems are available now in the US and we hear that they are coming to the UK very soon.
Be sure to check out the official website for more details.
Thank you CyberpowerPC for providing us with this information
Images and video courtesy of CyberpowerPC