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HyperKore HK-Xtreme Review

Posted on Saturday, July 23 2005 @ 21:35:36 CEST by LSDsmurf

PC Mag checked out a complete system aimed at gamers:

The HyperKore HK-Xtreme ($3,806 direct as tested, without monitor) is undoubtedly aimed at the 16- to 35-year-old male gamer, or anyone who doesn't want a boring-looking box from one of the larger system builders (read: HP, Dell, or Gateway). It certainly isn't boring. In fact, with the scary clown graphics on the side panel, the HK-Xtreme is not for the squeamish or the coulrophobic (yes, that means "scared of clowns"). Thankfully, the system is available with a multitude of other standard side-panel graphics, including the iconic Bruce Lee, the Batman logo, and game logos like those of Half Life 2 and Unreal Tournament 2004. But for all its uniqueness and flash, there are better choices out there.

Link: PC Mag


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