Close your eyes and conjure up an image of a high-end, tricked-out gaming PC. If you’ve owned or ogled one of these machines in the past, chances are what you see is a massive, monolithic tower that’s heavy enough to give a delivery driver a hernia on sight, and that takes two people to wrestle out of the box and set up.
Now file away those dark visions of lower-back rehab and a PC big enough to cast a shadow that blocks out the sun. Digital Storm’s latest Black Ops computer, the Enix, recasts what you can expect from a gaming PC. It has a compact footprint (it’s just over 9 inches wide and 11 inches deep), an unusual design inside and out, and understated—for a gaming rig, anyway—red-on-black aesthetics.
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