Wednesday, October 20th 2021

AORUS Offers Preview of Future Gaming with Concept Gaming PC with 5G

Gigabyte, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, showcased a new concept 5G gaming PC, Project Cielo by AORUS. Combining 5G connectivity, modular design, and portability, Project Cielo, which stands for sky in Spanish, gives an intriguing depiction of the future of PC gaming with endless possibilities.

Project Cielo is a gaming PC with built-in 5G connectivity. Compared to the traditional wired or 4G wireless networks, 5G makes PC gaming on the go possible by offering greater bandwidth, ultra-low latency and near-instant access to cloud gaming. Project Cielo comes with an accommodating falcon-wing antenna that symbolizes AORUS. The design also cleverly integrates the 5G antenna into PC chassis. Players can save the expense of purchasing additional 5G antennas and the trouble of cable arrangement; at the same time they can enjoy the ultimate gaming experience on the go brought by 5G.
Exclusive modular design for multiple uses

Project Cielo features a modular design for endless possibilities. Consisting of three parts, the top is the main PC system; the middle is the battery module; and the bottom is the Bluetooth speaker module. Users can mix and match any of these three to form different configurations according to their needs. While at home, the main PC system and the speaker module can be joined as an entertainment center. The Bluetooth speaker module can also be stacked with the battery module to become speakers for smart devices. The combination of the main PC system and the battery module also makes it possible for gaming on the go. Players could enjoy the constraint-free PC gaming experience anytime, anywhere brought by 5G.

Play anytime, anywhere without constraint

Gigabyte believes that the popularization of 5G technology will make PC gaming anytime and anywhere. With that vision in mind, Project Cielo combines 5G connectivity and modular design to make this imagination come true. Gamers would only need to combine the main system unit with the battery module and take the games to wherever they want. Given Project Cielo's ultra-fast 5G connection, gamers will no longer be tied up to the desktop anywhere. Instead they can play wherever they go and have the most immersive gaming experience anytime, anywhere.
Source: Gigabyte
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27 Comments on AORUS Offers Preview of Future Gaming with Concept Gaming PC with 5G

#1
natr0n
I got some spanish too. No me gusta. It means, I / We do not like.
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#2
AsRock
TPU addict
modular design, and portability



All so included a massive manbag HAHAHAHA
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#3
ZoneDymo
like....everyone knows this is not "future gaming" even gigabyte....so wtf are they doing....
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#4
ThaiTaffy
ZoneDymolike....everyone knows this is not "future gaming" even gigabyte....so wtf are they doing.....
News so unimportant even the ransom-ware attackers couldn't be bothered to leak it.
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#5
silentbogo
One of those things that will suffer from existential crisis to the very end of its very-very short lifetime... :banghead:
And not a single hint of specs means that even GB is unsure what to do with it.
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#6
Hyderz
thats a stacked rhoomba
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#7
ShurikN
While they haven't nailed the design (at all), at least they can take pride in their top notch PSU's.
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#8
piloponth
I'm not touching anything labeled GIGABYTE, even with the stick. Especially if it has a power supply inside.
They completely ruined their brand in my eyes.
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#9
ThaiTaffy
I felt the same about msi when I saw all their scalping and other bad business practices but I still end up buying their goods.
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#10
Chomiq
ShurikNWhile they haven't nailed the design (at all), at least they can take pride in their top notch PSU's.
They use their PSU's as booster packs for SpaceX rockets.
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#11
ThaiTaffy
ChomiqThey use their PSU's as booster packs for SpaceX rockets.
I heard Newegg made a deal with Isis for the remaining units.
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#12
TomTomTom
ZoneDymolike....everyone knows this is not "future gaming" even gigabyte....so wtf are they doing....
publishing concept renders doesn't cost much money, they can afford it.
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#14
Chomiq
Caring1But how big is it?
Use USB ports to measure the dimensions ;)
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#15
big_glasses
kinda cool with the modular, but for on the go?
Why not use a laptop, with internal (or external) 5G? You'll get keyboard and monitor inbuilt
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#17
ThaiTaffy
It means that sffpc's have become so popular now that gigabyte feel they can make money selling a nuc fitted to a battery bank and Bluetooth speaker.
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#19
TheLostSwede
DeathtoGnomeswhat does that mean exactly?
That it weighs less than a desktop if you want to lug it around with you?
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#20
lexluthermiester
TheLostSwedenear-instant access to cloud gaming.
Lost me with that. No thanks Gigabyte. Cloud gaming is just another form of DRM with a clever disguise. Never gonna use it.
TheLostSwedeGigabyte believes that the popularization of 5G technology will make PC gaming anytime and anywhere.
Gigabyte, there's an old saying, and you're full of it..
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#21
Valantar
Is it just me, or does this use USB-C for connectivity between modules? I.e. it's TB3/TB4 based? So ... yeah. No thanks. That drives up module base prices by at least $100 while severely restricting bandwidth (especially as there seems to be just one connector between the modules). And the NUC-like with dockable TB graphics concept has been done before, just without the "roomba bumped into the belt sander too many times" look. Also, having a separate power brick per module? No. Just no.
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#22
LabRat 891
DO NOT WANT
IMO, this whole 'demonstration' demonstrates just how disconnected Gigabyte has become from its customer base. Exploding PSUs. Ignored and dismissed technical problems, and now this abomination. Oh, Gigabyte, how you've fallen.
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#23
ThaiTaffy
LabRat 891DO NOT WANT
IMO, this whole 'demonstration' demonstrates just how disconnected Gigabyte has become from its customer base. Exploding PSUs. Ignored and dismissed technical problems, and now this abomination. Oh, Gigabyte, how you've fallen.
This is one of the big guns in the tech industry that managed to get ransomware in their data server, ever heard of DMZ's? VM's? Not watching porn on a work computer? Gigabyte has not only disconnected from customers but intelligence also.
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#24
TheLostSwede
LabRat 891DO NOT WANT
IMO, this whole 'demonstration' demonstrates just how disconnected Gigabyte has become from its customer base. Exploding PSUs. Ignored and dismissed technical problems, and now this abomination. Oh, Gigabyte, how you've fallen.
I take it you didn't see this?
www.techpowerup.com/287579/gigabyte-previews-new-aorus-gaming-chair
ThaiTaffyThis is one of the big guns in the tech industry that managed to get ransomware in their data server, ever heard of DMZ's? VM's? Not watching porn on a work computer? Gigabyte has not only disconnected from customers but intelligence also.
Acer got hacked too, twice... Or is it thrice?
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#25
lexluthermiester
TheLostSwedeAcer got hacked too, twice... Or is it thrice?
To be fair, those were minor crack-jobs compared to what happened to Gigabyte.
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