[CES 2016] Syber Gaming might not be a name that rings a bell with many people, but perhaps things might change if one were to mention Cyberpower PC. Yes, Syber Gaming is a spinoff from Cyberpower PC, and over at CES this year they have announced not one, but two more additions to its growing gaming PC range.
Syber Gaming has the intention of ensuring that their gaming PC collection will all come with VR ready capability that can handle 4k resolution to boot – all of it without having to break the bank, too, which would be good news for gamers, hardcore and casual alike. The new Syber M Series will be Syber’s first attempt into the mid-tower PC market, where core gaming models will be priced at $599, while the VR Ready builds will go for $999 onward, making it the ideal desktop gaming solution.
As for the Syber C Series that you can see above, it will continue from where the Syber Vapor was, which would be making an effort to penetrate the living room further with gaming PCs that do more than just traditional PC functions and gaming, but also to ensure that they can outlast dedicated video game consoles in the market to boot. The Syber C Series will boast of improved ventilation, not to mention plenty of room to upgrade its hardware for a longer future-proof lifespan. Core gaming builds too will be priced like the Syber M Series from $599 onward, and the same applies for its $999 VR ready models.