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Velocity Micro reveals new AIO with GTX Titan X, curved WQHD display

Velocity Micro touts its new Raptor One as the 'world's most powerful AIO', and for good reason

Derek Strickland | Jan 5, 2016 at 5:14 pm CST (1 min, 18 secs time to read)

CES 2016 - Velocity Micro unveils its new Raptor One all-in-one PC that sports some pretty beefy specs, bringing desktop-grade performance to the AIO realm.


Velocity Micro proudly touts its new Raptor One as the "world's most powerful AIO", and for good reason: it rocks some amazing specs for an AIO, including a full-sized NVIDIA GTX Titan X GPU, a brilliant 34" curved 3,440 x 1,440p WQHD display with a 21:9 aspect ratio, and configurations that include Intel's latest sixth-gen Core i7 Skylake CPUs.

The Raptor One can be tailor-made and customized to a tee similar to Maingear's new powerful AIO, and even supports liquid cooling options for maximum heat transfer as well as Intel Xeon CPU support for workstation transformations.

"The Raptor One represents the next phase in our evolution as a builder of the world's most powerful and artful PC hardware," said Velocity Micro CEO and president Randy Copeland. "Now, not only do we continue to provide the most incredible gaming, workstation, and laptop PCs to our enthusiast customers, but with the Raptor One, we offer an All-in-One PC that combines power and aesthetics in a way few ever have."

Velocity Micro's Raptor One AIO will be available to order starting February 1st, and will start at $2,199 for fully configured systems.

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