Origin PC's heavy-metal Millennium shows styleThis high-end custom gaming desktop gets new colors, a new design and lots more aluminum and tempered glass.
[MUSIC] Origin PC, the boutique gaming computer maker, has a pretty big update to its Millenium line. There's a streamlined new design and some parts [UNKNOWN], including the front door now aluminum instead of plastic which is a very nice look and feel. There's some new colors, besides basic black you can get gray or red, and of course any kind of a custom paint job you want as long as you're willing to pay for it. I like there's an optional VR panel you can get in the front, right behind that middle door as you can plug your headset right in. And there's now a sliding panel on the top, slide it back and you see all your regular ports and connections. Even the top panel, where some of the cables get routed, can be pulled off easily, it's just connected by magnets. The thing is pretty tool-less all around, there's a magnetic latch on the tempered glass doors, and thumbscrews for almost everything else. And that glass door can be etched with all kinds of different designs, laser etched. Or you can cover it with a texture, like this really cool raised wood finish. There's a bottom riser you can add onto this, either when you buy it or later on, that has room for more fans or more hard drives. When you add that bottom part, it becomes the Genesis system instead of the Millennial And the Genesis part has the same color options. There's also a new pro level version basically meant for content creators called the L Class. It's the same design but with some different component options and of course, any version of this has a ton of options for different hard drives, for different GPUs, for different types of liquid cooling. The more you add the more it's gonna cost. The new Millennium and Genesis and L-Class models are all available to order now. [MUSIC]