At the Tech World 2018 conference in Beijing, Lenovo unveiled the new Tiburn Enterprise Star Trek PC. It's a fully-functional computer fashioned after the Enterprise NCC-1701 starship from the popular franchise. It doesn't look exactly alike because a few liberties had to be taken to get all the pieces to fit inside, especially around the warp nacelles, but the fan service is palpable. This isn't just some collectible model or gimmicky pizza cutter, it's a desktop computer loaded with new and powerful hardware, along with some other great features.
For one thing, part of the starship will work as a mini projector. Gather your friends over to binge watch some of the better Star Trek movies (not looking at you Final Frontier) and become the king of movie nights with your new PC. The other technical specifications include a 9th-generation overclockable Intel CPU, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 graphics (the newest available), 32GB DDR4 RAM, a 1TB M.2 SSD, and a 2TB hard drive. It has plenty of connectivity with all the standard connections you'd expect on a regular desktop computer. Plus, the saucer section and other areas light up with custom LEDs.
It's odd that Lenovo chose to unveil this in China since Star Trek isn't nearly as popular over there as it is in America, but for now that's the only place it is available. When it does come to the U.S. it will start at a minimum of $2,180, although Lenovo has not revealed that it will be coming here just yet. Get ready for your new system with some of the more interesting Star Trek games available right now, including the virtual reality Star Trek: Bridge Crew or the ever-expanding MMO world of Star Trek Online.
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