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NAMM 2013: Orange reveals upgraded OPC

Jory Mackay
NAMM 2013: Orange reveals upgraded OPC

Orange has announced that its newly upgraded Orange Personal Computer (OPC) will be on display at the Winter NAMM show.

The multi-award winning OPC has been upgraded with a 3rd Gen Intel i7 processor and has doubled its maximum 8GB of RAM to 16GB. The 3rd Gen Intel i7 processor has up to twice the HD Media and 3-D graphics performance and delivers stunning visual experiences from mainstream gaming to HD video editing. Creating and editing videos and photos, surfing the web, watching HD movies or playing mainstream games are now quicker, crisper and more life-like. The additional 16 GB RAM will further help the speed of the OPC and enable users to multi-task with no noticeable slow down in performance.

Users can now also purchase the OPC with the latest generation Nvidia 650 ti or AMD HD 7750 Graphics Card for even more advanced graphical performance.

To take a look at the OPC and all the other Orange Amps and products go to Orange Music Booth 4890 Hall C. You can find out more about the OPC software and hardware on Orange's website.

Also don't forget to check out Orange's live stream from NAMM where the company will be announcing its ‘Top Secret’ news 24th January at 11am PST.

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Tags: orange , opc , computer recording , NAMM 2013

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