Japan and Desktop PC are two concepts that, for us Westerners, are almost at the antipodes. In fact, however, the companies of the Land of the Rising Sun have a know how in the hardware production definitely remarkable. Just think of Sony, for one thing, and its devices including the Vaio line (for the more nostalgic). Konami has therefore decided to try: will enter the Desktop PC production market.

Currently three configurations are available for pre-order, only for Japanese territory: we are talking about Arespear C300, C700 and C700 +. The three products are very interesting both from a purely technical point of view, and under the altar of design. The C300 has available an Intel Core i5-9400F, 8GB of DDR4 memory, a 512GB SSd and, finally, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650. The two Arespear C700 and C700 + (which distinguishes itself from its younger brother due to a decidedly more exuberant case) share a liquid-cooled Intel Core i7-9700 processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, two memory disks (a 512Gb SSd and a classic 1TB HardDisk) and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super.

The prices with which it is possible pre-order from Konami the just described machines vary from 1.760$ of the C300 ai 3.226$ of the C700 +, which holds one from the normal version of around $ 200. Prices are perhaps a bit il Achilles heel of production, but being numbers converted directly from Yen we grant him the benefit of the doubt.