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The amazing PIKOM KL PC Fair is finally here, again! Calling all tech-savvy peeps, remember to head on down to the KLCC, on 13th – 15th of April. Gizcloud has decided to help our local readers to get more out of this potentially crowded (as usual) and disorienting tech-hunting game but pre-casting about what they can expect in this PC fair. We will let you know what the tech companies are bringing to the table for our Malaysian consumers.

First, Asus first desktop line-up was annouced in a few months earlier and they will be showcased on this coming fair. One of them is their first gaming desktop, namely ROG Tytan. It looks astonishing from every angle and is inspired by ballistic missile submarine. I personally think it looks like one of the alien ship in the upcoming movie, “Battleship”.

It features Turbo Gear which you can switch between three overclock modes without restarting your computer. It has a i7-2600k that can be overclocked to 4.6Ghz and a high-end Nvidia GTX560TI to drive your Mass effect 3. To keep things cool, the Tytan is specially equipped with Asetek Liquid Cooler and is priced at RM 5999.

In conjunction with the PC Fair, you will also get a Asus LED monitor VS239N and ROG Vulcan ANC gaming headset.It also includes a 3-year on-site warranty,watch the video for more details. (hardware may varies in different countries)

If this gaming laptop is not for you, the Multimedia Center CM6850 could possibly be the alternative. It boosts a i5-2320 3Ghz Quad Core Processor with a decent graphic card – Nvidia GT530. Besides that, it supports USB 3.0 Port and Bluray.

Asus is giving away a free LED Monitor worth RM 459 for every purchase of the desktop.
Ready for the price? The desktop will set you back for a reasonable RM 2688, including a 3 years On-Site warranty.

Check out the gallery for more detail product pictures:

We are working hard to find you more insights to this coming PC Fair. Do stay tuned and have a great day! Cheers!
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