Origin Introduces Its $2,500 USD Multi-Console Gaming Rig at CES 2020 (UPDATE)

And it is now available to purchase.

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UPDATE (January 7, 2019): Origin debuted its Big O gaming rig at CES 2020, albeit this time without a connected Nintendo Switch. The $2,500 USD multi-system rig contains a PlayStation 4 Pro and all-digital Xbox One S with an option to have one console of your choosing equipped inside. The hardware of the console is contained within a custom Corsair Crystal Series 280X chassis with a dual-chambered design.

The Big O can also be configured with up to an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X or Intel i9-9900K CPU with an Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 Ti video card and up to 32GB of RAM. There are upgrade options, such as bigger SSD storage for the consoles and an internal video capture card to capture console footage for streaming.

Configure your own $2,500 USD Big O gaming rig today.


ORIGINAL STORY (July 23, 2019): ORIGIN PC began in 2009 as a PC customization specialist company, showcasing that prowess by creating a gaming PC that included a PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in one. For its latest console, it’s created the All For One, which combines a Xbox One X, gaming PC, PlayStation 4 Pro and Nintendo Switch. As you’d expect, creating this console was a big undertaking, requiring multiple custom cooling systems and extensive chassis modifications.

To finish off the console was additional hardware in the form of an ethernet switch, USB 3.0 extension cables and room for 2 2TB SSD’s for storage. As with the first Big O console, it’s not available for purchase, but you can take a closer look at it in the video below. See more details about the Origin All For One at its website.

In other news, Nintendo is facing a class action suit over its defective Joy-Cons. 


Updated by Isaac Rouse on January 7, 2019.

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