General Motors has revealed over the weekend the new Chevrolet Camaro PC, which is priced at 1,239.99 USD. The Chevrolet Camaro PC is “powered” by a Intel® Atom N330 Dual Core CPU and has a 8GB of 800Mhz Ram and a 500GB 7200RPM Hard drive. For a better gaming experience, the Chevrolet Camaro PC also comes with a INVIDIA ION graphics board.
More that first-look catching Chevy Camaro, you’ll get a hint enough that the replica isn’t made for display or for kids, “with two USB ports on the grille of the car, a slot-load DVD drive at the front bumper, and two more USB ports on the back, together with a VGA port, a Gigabit LAN port, and an HDMI port as well as audio out and a mic.” According to Chevy Mall, “the computer has ultrabright LEDs illuminating the headlights when the power is on; the taillights flash when the hard disk is active.” Cnet also added on their report, “It’s unclear if there are options to turn these lights down or off. The power button is a uniquely designed hood ornament, and the entire machine is painted in lead-free paint.”
The Camaro PC though looks like a muscle car, but roughly gets you a decent run on your computing needs with Intel Atom N330 dual-core processor, 4GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive and built-in Wireless-N. Upgradeable the RAM up to 8GB and the hard drive to 500GB, while running Windows 7 and available in variety of color including that popular Bumble’s bright-yellow color, all in with starting price of $1,240.
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