There is no doubt that gaming PCs have come a long way in terms of both performance and aesthetics. Showcase PCs represent the pinnacle of this trend, taking the idea of turning the gaming PC into an art form to its logical conclusion. The custom 3D and 4D designs create a truly immersive experience, transporting you into the game itself.
What are Showcase PCs?
Showcase PCs are gaming PCs that have been transformed into works of art. They feature 100% unique, custom-made designs that set them apart from anything else on the market. The holographic effects create an immersive experience that truly immerses you in the game world.
Currently, the trend in gaming PCs is the extreme RGB setup, or “unicorn vomit” as it is affectionately referred to in our offices. Everything in, on, and around the computer has the ability to light up and, with platforms like Razer Chroma, work in unison. This includes the case, RAM, drives, cables, mice, mousepads, keyboards, webcams, and even your chair.
But, what if you could take that extreme RGB and kick it up? That is exactly what Showcase PCs are – the next generation of PC art. Using fans, which a gaming PC already has a lot of, you can create holographic text, images, and even animations in and on your PC case. Add to that more traditional LED lighting and you can extend the experience of the image and animation.
Why Choose a Showcase PC?
There are many reasons to choose a Showcase PC. Firstly, they look amazing and will add an extra level of style to any gaming setup. Secondly, the holographic effects create an incredibly immersive experience that will take your gaming to a whole new level. Finally, Showcase PCs are available at a more affordable price point than other high-end gaming PCs.
The simple installation (known as 3D) includes a holographic screen on the inside of the side panel of the case. But, if you really want to make your case unique, you can have a second, smaller screen on the top (known as 4D). The best scenario is to use these two in conjunction, having your animation move from one to the other. One example we saw was a fish swimming through the case and then jumping out of the case over the top and back into the “water” below.
How Do I Get One?
There are a couple of ways to get a Showcase PC. The first, and will be the first to launch publicly, will be to purchase a complete, pre-built system. You’ll be able to choose from existing bundles, including everything you need to get started, or customize the specs of the computer and decide whether you want the single internal screen (3D) or both the internal and external screens (4D).
Soon, you’ll also be able to purchase self-installation kits to upgrade your existing PC case or spice up a new build.
To learn more about Showcase PCs, see more videos of them in action, or to purchase your own, you can go to the company’s website.
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