Items tagged with lan warrior

Last we checked, boutique system builder iBuyPower had no less than 627 million gaming machines to choose from and configure, or somewhere thereabouts. Alright, so our math might be slightly off, but the point is, the company can afford to toss a bone to Newegg, largely regarded as the go-to online vendor for computer parts, by selling a gaming rig or two exclusively through the online e-tailer. Well folks, that's exactly what they've done, putting together a pair of pre-assembled six-core Phenom II X6 gaming rigs available only on Newegg.com. First up is the LAN Warrior 5830Q6, which iBuyPower says is a little more than half the size of most full tower systems. Built around AMD's 880G platform,... Read more...
Some say all good things must come to an end. iBuyPower believes that all good things must lead to another good thing. A year after introducing the highly portable LAN Warrior gaming PC (which was perfect for LAN parties, obviously), the company is issuing the all-new LAN Warrior II. A lot has happened in the CPU, GPU and storage areas since the original was launched, so let's take a look at what new hardware is involved here. For starters, the portable nature is still here. It's larger than one of those Shuttle XPC units, but the Micro-ATX chassis means that it's still portable enough to wrap underneath a single arm and skip into a LAN party. Beneath the hood (an NZXT Vulcan case), there's an... Read more...