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Smach Z Handheld PC

Let's face it, there's currently no game console, portable or not, that can play the entire Steam collection, or at least without some hacking. Introducing SMACH Z, a handheld gaming PC powered by AMD's quad-core Merlin Falcon RX-421BD SoC, 4GB of RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth connectivity, a high capacity battery good for 5-hours of continuous use, microSD expansion, 6-inch touchscreen display, and HDMI output. Once it hits stores, expect to shell out $325 to get your hands on one. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an SLR camera being cut with a 60,000psi water jet.

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Point Blank Barrett Radeon Gun PC


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Suchao Modding & Design took an AMD A10-7800 processor, AMD Radeon RX 480 8GB graphics card, 4 x KLEVV Genuine 4GB RAM sticks, 2 x KLEVV Urbane 240GB SSDs, a Thermaltake Toughpower 600W SFX, along with a Thermaltake water-cooling system, and created a custom Point Blank (game) case modeled after a weapon found in the FPS. The coolest feature? A trigger that doubles as a power button, and a close second would be its GPU placement, which is used as the rifle's bipod. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of the ultimate 1998 gaming PC.

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Hello Neighbor Game

Developer Dynamic Pixels has partnered with publisher Tiny Build to create a new horror stealth game, called "Hello Neighbor," which tasks players with sneaking into a creepy neighbor's house to uncover their dark secrets. Unlike similar titles, this one uses an advanced AI system that allows the neighbor to anticipate play styles and counter moves with booby traps laid throughout the house. "Really enjoying climbing through that backyard window? Expect a bear trap there. Sneaking through the front door? There'll be cameras there soon. Trying to escape? The Neighbor will find a shortcut and catch you," according to the Steam page. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of "Apocalypse Snow", a bizarre way of getting down the slopes back in the 80s.

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Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit

Vilros' Raspberry Pi 3 Basic Starter Kit includes all that you need to build a mini PC - a custom game console is just a few more parts away - all for only $49.99 shipped, today only, originally $69.99. It features the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, a clear snap together case with easy access to all ports, 2.5 AMP USB Power Supply (UL Listed) with microUSB cable, a set of 2 heat sinks, a BROADCOM BCM2837 64bit ARMv8 quad-core processor running at 1.2GHz, and 1GB of RAM. Product page. Continue reading for a video of another Raspberry Pi-based Game Boy, and more information on this kit.

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Kangaroo Pro PC

The Kangaroo Mobile Desktop Pro is basically a $199 Windows 10 PC that fits in your pocket or bag. Unlike its predecessor, this one comes bundled with a Dock Pro, which sports a 1 x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0 / VGA / HDMI / Ethernet ports, a 2.5-inch hard drive bay and an audio port. . Connect wirelessly or via Ethernet into your home network for media streaming or Xbox game streaming into any room. Continue reading for a video review and more information.

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N64 PC Mod

A modder who goes by "Istartedthewar" has used an old N64 to create a fully-functional home theater PC. That's right, it looks just like a standard game console on the outside, but once you look in the back and / or remove its cover, you'll see all of the hardware components. It features an A10-7850k processor, 8GB of DDR3 2400MHz AMD Radeon RAM, a 128GB SSD and 150W Pico PSU. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Wood Computer PC

Photo credit: Bored Panda

Student Louis Vanwalleghem had a vision of his dream wood computer, but unfortunately, did not have skills in either department, but that didn't stop him from creating the beauty you see above. A local carpentry shop made him a custom frame, and after some tinkering, along with lots of online tutorials, the pieces finally came together, LED lights and all. Continue reading to see the build from start to finish.

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Revolt 2 PC

IBuyPower's Revolt 2 gaming PC was first unveiled in December, but now, gamers are receiving the actual computers. Just to recap, this futuristic-looking system can be configured with top-mounted dual-GPU graphics cards w/extra-wide GPUs, single 3.5-inch HDDs, and at least two 2.5-inch SSDs. Best of all, it supports nearly any mini-ITX motherboard, and up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM - by combining two 16GB modules. Click here for more pictures of the Revolt 2. Continue reading for a benchmark video and more information.

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90s Computer

At first glance, this appears to be a '90s computer, but open up the case, and you'll discover it's actually a high-end gaming rig, created by Reddit user "Gilmour509". Specifications include: an Intel Core i7 6700K 3.4GHz processor, a 250GB Samsung SSD 850 EVO, ASUS Radeon R9 390 8GB graphics, and 16GB of Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM. Continue reading for an up-close look at its internals. Click here to view more pictures of the build process.

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Revolt 2

The Revolt 2 Gaming PC by iBuyPower may look to be something straight from a sci-fi movie, but it's fully-functional, and sure to go on many wishlists soon. Its custom mini-ITX chassis measure a svelte 8 x 9 x 15 inches, and takes up very little space on your desk, while weighing in at a sturdy 21-pounds. What really sets this machine apart from the others is its top-mounted graphics card and plug-and-play SSD slot. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here to view some bonus PC mods.

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