Posted on 30 April, 2012 by Keron Calame | No Comments
Mouse Computer out of Japan just announced its latest Gaming Desktop PC dubbed the NEXTGEAR i620PA2. This new Gaming rig comes from the company’s G-Tune series, the company launched the NEXTGEAR i620PA2 on the Japanese market on midnight April 29th and it will cost you 140,000 Yen which is about $1,746 when converted to U.S. currency.
The NEXTGEAR i620PA2 series is powered by an Intel Core i7-3770K processor that clocks at 3.50GHz, it features 16GB dual-channel memory and 1TB of storage via a 7200rpm hard drive. The Gaming Desktop PC also features an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 2GB graphics card, an Intel Z77 Express Chipset and a DVD Super Multi Drive.
The rig will also be available in a different configuration, the NEXTGEAR i620PA2-SP which includes two 60GB SSD ADATA S511 and 32GB of DDR3 RAM. While the NEXTGEAR i620PA2 which is the base configuration goes for 140,000 Yen, the other configuration with SSD option, the NEXTGEAR i620PA2-SP will go for 180,000 Yen.
[Via: Mouse Computer Japan]