CyberPower Updates LAN Mini H2o V2 PC lineup

by Rafael Hernandez on February 16, 2010 · 0 comments

LAN gaming used to be a niche market powered entirely by tasty snacks and caffeine fortified drinks, thankfully the innovations  have been shrunken down into even smaller and more portable dimensions without the annoying sugar crash.

CyberPower has updated its LAN Mini H2o V2 PC lineup with a slew of new CPU and storage options, think SSD, all anchored by the DFI LANParty MI P55-T36 miniITX motherboard. You can expect some high powered hardware in their small Silverstone SST-SG05 PC case thanks to the optional Asetek LCLC CPU water cooler.

Pricing starts at $999USD which should slide you into a comfortably fast and small gaming rig.

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