Lenovo is showing off an unusual computer at the company’s Tech World Conference in China this week. The Lenovo Titanium Enterprise NCC-1701A is a high-power, high-priced computer that just happens to look like a tiny replica of the ship captained James T. Kirk.

I mean, it’s not an exact replica — there’s a lot more stuff connecting the nacelles to the main body… and it doesn’t fly through space or have room for a crew of more than a hundred people. But it’s still a pretty nifty looking PC case for Star Trek fans.

Under the hood it’s got some pretty decent hardware too… but it comes at a cost. According to MyDrivers, the Titanium Enterprise PC will sell for about $2,180 and up in China. It’s not clear if it will be offered in other countries anytime soon.

The system supports up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 graphics, up to 32GB of DDR4 memory, up to 3TB of storage (with a 1TB M.2 SSD and a 2TB hard drive, and up to a 9th-gen Intel Core processor, if Google Translate doesn’t fail me.

It’s probably a good thing that the computer is expected to ship with top-of-the-line specs, because something tells me that it’d be hard to upgrade the components in this custom PC chassis.

Other unusual features include a 400 lumen projector built into the base of the system, and an RGB LED light strip surrounding the saucer, which supports custom lighting effects.

You can find more images at MyDrivers.

via GizmoChina

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5 replies on “Lenovo unveils Star Trek-inspired Titanium Enterprise PC”

  1. I think that is both way cool and way nerdy. As a Trekkie, I would like that very much.

    1. I wonder if one could make a more Star Trek like case if one used one of those small computer boards? Perhaps have the computer board in the saucer instead of the odd looking piece between the nacelles? Perhaps more affordable and more satisfying?

  2. I have a PC in a Shuttle case that looks a bit like a Borg cube, if you squint a bit and are a little drunk and near sighted and maybe suffering from a head injury of some sort. That will have to satisfy my Trekkie computing needs.

  3. A but on the expensive side and probably not very practical (upgradability as mentioned in the article), but still pretty cool

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