AFTERSHOCK PC introduces AFTERSHOCK NEXT AIO Gaming PC

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When shopping for a PC with gaming in mind, most of us will probably skip the All-In-Ones because they just aren’t that good enough. However, AFTERSHOCK is set to change the game by introducing its NEXT All-In-One (AIO) Gaming PC.

The NEXT AIO Gaming PC comes with a 32-inch Full HD 144Hz display (standard refresh rate for a gaming monitor) or a Quad HD 60Hz display and it is fully upgradable since they are using standard desktop components. The best part of this new product is that it supports up to the 1080TI graphics card. To put it simply, if you upgrade your graphics card to 1080TI, you will have a 4K gaming experience. For this, it’s also better to upgrade to the Quad HD 60Hz display.

A clean, external PC-free setup is something that surely tugs the heart of gamers who enjoy a more conducive gaming environment. It definitely appeals to minimalists like myself. The absence of an external PC means greater reduction in wires and increased in space. 

The base price of the AFTERSHOCK NEXT AIO Gaming PC starts at SGD1,760 and these are what you get for the price tag:

  • Intel Core i5, 7500 3.4 GHz Kaby Lake Processor
  • 32″ 144Hz FHD display with 100% SRGB
  • IC Diamond Thermal Compound CPU (Free Lifetime Thermal Compound Re-pasting
  • NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1050 2GB GDDR5
  • 8GB DDR4 2,400mhz
  • 120GB WD SSD
  • TOSHIBA 1TB 3.5″ HHD
  • 802.11ac WiFi with Bluetooth 4.0
  • NO OPERATING SYSTEM (Bro, you kidding me?)

But if you add about SGD200 more, you can get a ZOTAC NVIDIA GEFORCE 1060 3GB GDDR5 and a Windows 10 Home Edition 64 bit operating software.

For more information, visit www.aftershockpc.com.

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