Shuttle is shrinking the gaming PC. The PC builder announced this week that their new Nano X1 is making its way to retail. Measuring a mere 5.6(L) x 5.6(W) x 3.4(H) inches, it’s ready to be carted in your backpack to a LAN near you. Don’t let that size fool you, though. Inside that tiny machine is a NVidia GTX 1060 and an Intel Kaby Lake CPU. All units also ship with an SSD compatible with Intel Optane for maximum speed. All of that power generates a lot of heat, but Shuttle has smartly designed the internals for maximum airflow. Still,
Like all pre-builts, the Nano X1 offers multiple variants to fit your budget. If you scale down to an i5-7300Q, a 128GB SSD, and 8GB of RAM, you can get your own for under $1460. For less than $1700, however, you can outfit this miniature gaming PC with an i7, 265GB of SSD storage, and 32GB of DDR-2400 RAM.
Find out more at Shuttle’s website.