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Submitted by -Mezzo- 534d ago | news

Pre-orders open for Xi3's 'Piston' PC, $100 off during SXSW

Joystiq - Xi3's Steam-focused PC "console," the Piston, is now available for pre-order, the company announced yesterday. The tiny, $999 box includes a 128 gig solid-state drive that can be upgraded to 512 gigs for an additional $750 (for real, SSDs aren't cheap, y'all), eight gigs of RAM and a 3.2 Ghz quad-core processor. (Gaming, PC hardware, Xi3 'Steambox')

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-Mezzo-  +   534d ago
WTF, 1000 Bucks.

I hope it is nothing more than a Place holder.
Software_Lover  +   534d ago
Looks like one of those old ashtrays that my grandmother has with a fan in it to suck the smoke.
mpctips  +   533d ago
It needs to rock a seriously powerful GPU at that price point.

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