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Dreamcore is a local boutique PC company that will debut at IT Show 2017

By Koh Wanzi - on 14 Mar 2017, 3:52pm

Dreamcore is a local boutique PC company that will debut at IT Show 2017

Image Source: Dreamcore

Here’s another homegrown company for local geeks to take interest in. Dreamcore is a custom boutique PC company that wants to redefine how a PC should look and feel. Its flagship machine, the Dreamcore PC, will launch at the upcoming IT Show and is supposedly the smallest fully-customizable PC you can buy here.

One of the key selling points is the freedom it gives you to upgrade, so you’re not stuck with proprietary hardware for the rest of the PC’s lifetime.

The Dreamcore PC will use a custom-built chassis crafted entirely from aircraft-grade aluminum, with a capacity of 4.3L. This is a very compact PC measuring just 330mm x 215mm x 63mm, which means it may interest those who don’t have much space to work with on their desks.

In addition, the chassis features precision-cut vents on both sides in order to improve air flow and help dissipate heat.

Image Source: Dreamcore

The system is fully customizable, and can be equipped with the latest Kaby Lake processors, up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU, and speedy 1TB M.2 PCIe SSDs. In fact, Dreamcore says you can cold boot into Windows in under five seconds.

All Dreamcore PCs will run Windows 10 Home 64-bit, and you’ll be happy to know that it’ll come with absolutely no pre-installed bloatware, much like if you built the system yourself.

“Our focus is to blend the best of both hardware and design to create a product that is powerful, beautiful, and unobtrusive,” says Shaun Tan, the founder of Dreamcore.

All machines sold by the company will be backed by the Dreamcore Ecosystem, an end-to-end support program that includes free installation for future component purchases from Dreamcore, after-sales service, and at least a one-year warranty.

The Dreamcore PC starts at S$1,950 and will retail at IT Show 2017 starting 16 March.

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