Makers of beastly PCs like Maingear and CyberPower may like it for people to think they need a huge rig to play the latest games, but Gigabyte knows they know better.
What the company did was put together a miniature desktop, one of those barebone all-in-one computers that, though not much to look at, has all anyone needs.
Even the latest games should be a breeze, depending on how carefully one chooses the hardware.
The CPU (central processing unit) can be selected from a list made up for Intel Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 models (supported by an Intel H61 Mini-ITX motherboard with LGA 1155 socket).
Two DDR3-1333 memory slots are present, enabling a total of 8 GB of random access memory (RAM).
Also, a PCI Express x16 slot will hold whatever video board users decide on, even if it is one of those dual-slot models.
Moving on, a 2.5-inch drive dock can hold a hard disk drive or a solid state drive, depending on what buyers value more between capacity and transfer speed. That is just a bonus feature, though. The main drive goes into a 3.5-inch bay.
Other specs include a slim optical drive slot on the side, two Mini PCIe slots and a 24-inch Full HD LED-backlit LCD (1,920 x 1,090 pixels resolution) with 2-point multi-touch support.
Finally, the connectivity and I/O range is composed of a 4-in-1 card reader, two USB 3.0 ports, a webcam, Gigabit Ethernet, two USB 3.0 ports, D-Sub, HDMI and optional Bluetooth 2.1 and WiFi.
Gigabyte has not given the GB-AEGT - as the AiO is called - a price, and availability is restricted to Taiwan, for now at least. No shipment date has been disclosed either.