SEGA has come up with a really unusual way to celebrate the Steam Winter Sale: to make the fastest gaming PC in the world. This is not a super powerful PC, even if the specs are really great, but the fastest PC in the world in a literal sense. Here are the details:
You read that right. SEGA has really made a PC capable of reach 100 km / h maximum speed. The project, created in collaboration with ASRock, Intel, G-Force and Masami Hirosaki, is a real gaming PC installed on a mobile support with four wheels and the possibility of remote control. This support is powered by an electric motor and can push the PC up to a maximum speed of 100 km / h.
Here are the PC specs:
This particular PC is not for sale but is offered as a prize in a competition reserved for the Japanese public. The winner of the contest will receive the PC as a gift and will also get 23 SEGA games to make the most of the new gaming PC.
Here is the video that shows us the SEGA PC in action:
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