Walmart Is Selling Its Own Gaming PCs and The Specs Are Not Bad
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Walmart Is Selling Its Own Gaming PCs and The Specs Are Not Bad

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It comes as a surprise to everyone but it’s true: Walmart is selling its own line of gaming desktops and laptops and, to be honest, the specs don’t look that bad.

They are sold under the ‘Overpowered‘ brand, in collaboration with Esports Arena, who is building the systems for the retailer exclusively.

We have three laptop models in the line, starting with the OP Gaming Laptop 15 that comes with a price tag of $999. It has a 15.6 inch display and a 144hz refresh rate with a Core i5 8300H processor, 8GB of RAM and a GeForce GTX 1050 GPU. Storage-wise, you’ll be getting a 128GB SSD with a 1TB HDD.

The next model in line is a Plus version for $1,399 that holds a Core i7-8750H processor under the hood, 16GB of RAM, a GeForce GTX 1060 6GB CPU and a 125GB SSD along with the 1TB HDD.

The third version has the same CPU and GPU as the one before but an added 32GB of RAM with 2TB HDD alongside the 256GB SSD. This one costs $1,699.

All three models have mechanical keyboards with RGB lighting, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB-C and USB 2.0 as well.

As far as desktops go, there’s also three options you can choose from and they have been dubbed the OP Gaming Desktop DTW1, DTW2 and DTW3 and they all come with a Core i7-8700 processor.

There’s not a lot of detail about them at this point and the only one out of the three that is live on the Walmart website is the DTW2 with the Core i7-8700 and GeForce GTX 1080 with 32GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD, which comes with a price tag of $1,899.

There’s a lot of other information missing about the PC’s but you have to admit that the foundation set for them is really not bad in the slightest. Would you purchase one?

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