“Beam me up, Scotty!” – Lenovo just made a Star Trek Enterprise shaped PC

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Beam me up Scotty

Star Trek fans are sure to lose their phasers over this Enterprise shaped Lenovo PC.

“Beam me up, Scotty!” We all know that legendary phrase from the classic TV show Star Trek. Now, fans of the shows and movies will be sure to be saying the popular quote. Why? Because Lenovo just announced a new desktop computer shaped like the legendary starship, Enterprise.

The machine is designated the Lenovo Titanium Enterprise NCC-1701A. As Digital Trends points out, the design isn’t a perfect representation of the Enterprise. But Lenovo had to make some design exceptions to be able to make the PC functional.

Beam me up Scotty
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This new Enterprise PC is rocking a GeForce RTX 2080 GPU along with an overclocked 9th gen Intel CPU. You’ll also get 32GB of DDR RAM and a 1 TB M.2 SSD. And for you storage fiends, an extra 2 TB HDD is also under the hood for a total of 3TB of storage. It’s obvious that this PC is aimed at the gaming market but it should also work nicely for creatives as well.

The Star Trek dream PC was unveiled in China at Lenovo’s Beijing Tech World Conference and has been receiving attention for its unique design. Beyond the standard specifications we would expect to find on a desktop PC, Lenovo has also managed to fit in a few surprises including LED lighting and a mini projector. We aren’t sure if you will be taking this machine into the boardroom anytime soon, but if you choose to do so, know that you will be able to present a killer PowerPoint.

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If you’re thinking of saying “Beam me up, Scotty!” and taking the plunge, you’ll have to fork over $2180 in gold pressed latinum (Lenovo must be Ferengi). The catch is, this PC is only available in Ferenginar (China). According to Digital Trends, Lenovo hasn’t commented on availability elsewhere. I’m sure there will be a few enterprising Star Trek fans who will find a way to order this and bring it to the States. Pretty cool any way you cut it.

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  Source: Digital Trends  Source: mydrivers
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