Konami is making gaming PCs now

Konami, the Japanese developer of video games just like the Metal Gear and Silent Hill collection, has determined to enter the very crowded gaming PC {hardware} market. The corporate has unveiled three low-to-mid-range PCs with new “Arespear” branding, together with two gaming keyboards and headphones.

The PCs characteristic black and silver perforated grills on the entrance, not not like the “cheese graters” on Apple Mac Professionals. They seem to have comparatively compact mid- or mini-tower designs. The most affordable mannequin is the 184,000 yen ($1,750) Arespear C300, with an i5-9400F processor, a GTX 1650, 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. The upper-end choice is the 338,800 yen ($3,200) C700, with a watercooled i7-9700 CPU, RTX 2070 Tremendous graphics, 16GB DDR4 RAM, a 512GB M.2 PCIe SSD and a 1TB laborious drive. For an additional $210 or so, you’ll be able to improve the latter to the C700+ with a clear cowl and RGB lighting.