What is this bullshit ?! When one thinks of the "world's fastest personal computer," one would not expect its performance to be measured in kilometers per hour (KPH). But the construction of Sega and ASRock Alder Lake is a little different than usual: The chassis includes a remote-controlled vehicle that can reach 100 km/h or just over 62 mph.
Developed in collaboration with G-Force and Masami Hirosaka, this fast-paced PC was created to celebrate Steam's winter sales, which includes many of Sega's titles. It is also given as a prize. Contest entry includes following Sega Official on Twitter, retweeting the next tweet and commenting. The prize draw will be announced at the end of the Steam sale, which ends on January 5th. Unfortunately, it is only open to residents of Japan. p>
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