These days, $30000USD can get you a fairly decent car, but for those who would rather have a nice gaming PC, this is the rig for you. YouTube star “LinusTechTips” spent five figures building what could quite possibly be the ultimate rig, which includes: 32GB of Kingston DR4 ECC RAM, 8 x Kingston KC400 1TB Business SSDs, Lime Technology unRAID Server Pro Software, Caselabs Mercury S8, 7 x Acer Predator X34 21:9 Gaming Monitors, dual Intel Xeon E5 2697 V3 processors, an ASUS Z10PE-D8 WS, 7 x AMD R9 Nanos, and last, but not least, an EVGA T2 1600W. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of insane championship slot cars that will make your head spin.
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Sure, you could always build an ultra powerful gaming PC, but for those who prefer an all-in-one machine without all of the hassle, look no further than the Origin PC Omni. What sets this one apart from others is its magnificent 3,440×1,440-pixel, 34-inch curved display, which will immerse you in games like no other. An Intel Core i7 5960X processor, liquid cooling, and the NVIDIA Titan X desktop graphics card keeps things running smoothly. Continue reading for another video and more information.
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Parrot’s all-new 1.5-pound Disco drone ditches the quadcopter look for a fixed-wing design, and users will simply be able to toss it in the air and start piloting the craft. Simply shape to start its single rear propeller and watch it circle upward to gain altitude once tossed in the air. When paired with Parrot’s Skycontroller, you’ll be greeted with a first-person view on a tablet or smartphone, or connect VR goggles to the controller for a fully immersive flight experience. Continue reading for two more videos direct from the CES 2016 showfloor. Click here for more images of the drone.
The future is now, or at least with the FFZERO1. This 1,000-horsepower, all-wheel drive hypercar has only one seat that’s nestled in the center of a carbon fiber chassis, surrounded by a cockpit that looks to be straight from a video game. The dashboard “propeller IP” technology, which refers to a shape that extends over the drivers’ shoulder and twists around to become an instrument cluster. Continue reading for two more videos and information. Click here for more images.