Maingear has unveiled a new all-in-one PC that crams incredible specs into its hub.
The Maingear Alpha 34 features a curved 34-inch screen with a resolution of 3440 x 1440 (with a 21:9 aspect ratio). You can opt for a Skylake CPU – up to a quad-core Intel Core i7 6700K running at a base clock of 4GHz – along with a GeForce Titan X 12GB graphics card, or a Radeon R9 390X 8GB if AMD is more to your liking.
One of the most appealing elements of the Maingear Alpha 34 is that the machine is fully upgradable. So you shouldn’t have to worry about being underpowered in a few years.
If you’re wondering how this rig keeps everything cool, Maingear says that it features advanced cooling tech and there are options for closed-looped liquid cooling too.
You can decorate it with your own custom paint job, which is provided by Maingear, and there’s even a no bloatware guarantee, which is always appreciated.
After reading all that, you know that this won’t come cheap. Maingear has outlined that the base "performance gaming" configuration costs $1,999.