This is some serious overkill. Geeks or not, you’ll understand that this computer has a transforming chassis: when you press a button for overclocking, effectively making the system faster than it already is, the side will emerge and display the fans that are running to keep the system cool. All 10 of them, by the way.
Otherwise, it can also wirelessly charge Qi devices, like modern tablets and smartphones. As for actual specifications, you get this year’s Haswell chipset, NVIDIA’s Kepler graphics, and Windows 8. This meaning you can go up to a 4.1GHz CPU, up to 32GB of memory, a GeForce GTX 780 and SonicMaster audio.
The price? We have no idea, but it will be expensive once it comes out. That, I know. Press release after the cut.