Meet the world’s first remote-controlled gaming computer, dubbed Rog-R, which has been created by Stephen LeatherFace Popa. Based on Thermaltake’s Level 10 PC case, Rog-R is fully customize gaming PC with an I-7 860 overclocked to 4.0 ghz and 4 gigs DDR3 ballistic tracer ram that maker has upgraded to 8gigs. It’s powered by thermaltake TR2 1200watt and embedded with thermaltake water-cooling device. It has Msi p55 ud4p motherboard ATI 4870 and Intel 165 GIG SSD Harddrive and the p-90 remotly shoots 200 rounds per minute of airsoft bb’s
The military-styled rugged gaming rig comes with a fully functional 5-inch color LCD screen and a robotic arm that can be used to hold the headset in absence of the gamer.
The best part is that the treads actually operate with a remote control, so you can take your gaming anywhere, even over the roughest terrain. According to Stephen, the entire Rog-R cost him about $3,000.