The most sought-after gaming hardware at this year’s E3 was always expected to be of the console variety, with Nintendo set to unveil Wii’s successor and Sony scheduled to divulge more details about its next-gen handheld. While Taiwan-based Shuttle Inc. is unlikely to steal the spotlight from the soon-to-be-unveiled Wii successor or even the PlayStation Vita, as Sony’s upcoming handheld is now called, it is trying its best to make its presence felt at the Electronic Entertainment Expo with its latest gaming PCs. Details after the jump.
The company is showcasing its latest small-form-factor gaming PCs at the ongoing computer and video gaming convention, the company announced in a press release Monday.
From the press release: “Square Enix will feature Shuttle's H3 Series Gaming PCs in its media lounge and also throughout the booth (South Exhibit Hall -- 1647) to live demo its hottest new and pre-announcement video games for the coming year and beyond.
“NVIDIA will demonstrate the extreme performance of Shuttle's H7 Pro and J3 Series Gaming PCs at the booth (Concourse Level -- OFMR8109), and feature GeForce GTX 580 graphics cards which highlight the true capability of these small machines for high-octane gaming.”