Forbes: CybertronPC Launches New CLX Line Of Luxury, High Performance Desktop And Mobile PCs
Marco Chiappetta , Forbes Contributor
I am the longtime Managing Editor at HotHardware.com. I am also a freelance writer whose work has been published worldwide, in a number of PC and tech-related print publications. I have been a computing and technology buff since my early childhood. Even before being exposed to the Commodore P.E.T. and later the C64 some 30 years ago, I was interested in electricity and electronics, and still have the modified AFX cars and shop-worn soldering irons to prove it. Once I got my hands on my first Commodore 64, however, computing became my passion. Throughout my academic and professional lives, I have explored virtually every major platform from the TRS-80 and Amiga, to today’s high-end, multi-core servers. Over the years, I have worked in many fields related to technology and computing, including system design, assembly and sales, quality assurance testing, and technical writing.
Longtime Kansas-based system builder, CybertronPC, just announced that it is launching a new line of custom PCs under the brand CLX. The CLX moniker stands for “CybertronPC Luxury Experience”, and new line-up us systems featuring the brand will consist of custom desktop systems and laptops targeted to savvy PC enthusiasts and hardcore gamers.
“The launch of the CLX line takes CybertronPC to a whole new level; customization, quality, impeccable performance, designed specifically for each and every user”, said Ahmed Aziz CEO and Founder of CybertronPC. “No longer will an avid gamer or performance user have to settle for a PC that is not exactly how they want it, they can have an aggressive price to performance machine that is customized, personalized, and backed by CybertronPC’s quality and expertise.”
CybertronPC has been building, selling, and supporting systems in the U.S. for nearly two decades. The launch of its new CLX brand, however, marks a shift in the company’s product lines that’s closely aligned with the enthusiast and gamer segments, which despite the overall lagging PC market, have grown in the last few years.