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Finally, a gaming machine that may shake up some feelings in you. Aftershock, a PC manufacturer from Singapore, is sweetening your A-game with a Bubble Tea Store PC that’s a full-on homage to the globally beloved beverage.
 

 

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Previously, the company left fans craving hard when it served up a PC filled with a cooling “boba cup.” Now, it’s taken things further with a miniature bubble tea shop built right into the chassis. Complete with tiny tables, chairs, a menu, a sink, a blender, and a counter, it injects a playful charm that’s sure to delight those with a sweet tooth.

 

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Living up to the creative possibilities of bubble tea, the PC can be personalized with a cup featuring faux pearls swirling inside a colored liquid that matches your chosen “flavor.” This liquid even functions as part of the PC’s cooling system, ensuring peak performance alongside a visually delectable spectacle.


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For a large gulp of immersion, users can opt to add an LCD touchscreen to control settings or display animated bubble tea wallpapers. The side panels can be adorned with playful boba motifs or intricate tea leaf patterns, and an included acrylic poster featuring an adorable bubble tea illustration adds another layer of thematic flair.


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Not just a sugarcoated offering, the machine is said to pack a punch when handling demanding games and apps. While exact specifications haven't been revealed for all configurations, previous iterations have featured high-end components like AMD Ryzen 9 processors, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 graphics cards, and custom water cooling systems (the “liquid” in the bubble tea cup). This PC is no straw man when it comes to performance.

 

 

 

 


 

Source: https://www.aftershockpc.com/series/bubbletea-store

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