This Gaming PC Combines A PS4, Xbox One, & Nintendo Switch

Jul 29, 2019

Category: Tech

It often seems like the debate over which gaming device is best is a neverending battle. However, it may be finally settled, because the folks at ORIGIN have just unveiled a monstrous chimera that combines all the current-generation video game systems into one.

Called simply ‘Big O,’ this leviathan of a device literally houses a fully-functional gaming PC alongside all the working bits of a PlayStation 4 Pro, an Xbox One X, and a Nintendo Switch (which can still be removed from its dock for on-the-go gaming). On top of the console hardware, the PC portion features an Intel Core i9-9900K CPU, NVIDIA TITAN RTX GPU, dual 2TB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe OS drives, a 14TB Seagate BarraCuda SSD, and more. To cope with all that power, the beastly computer is also cooled by a custom CRYOGENIC hardline liquid cooling system. Unfortunately, this literal ultimate gaming PC isn’t actually up for sale — but that doesn’t change the fact that it’s still one of the most impressive technological endeavors upon which we’ve ever laid our eyes.

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