Ubisoft was showing off the PC incarnation of Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter, a title we've adored on the Xbox 360 since release. Power-hungry as it is, the game was being shown on a number of extreme high-end PCs from UK system builder Pitstop. Pitstop aims to build the best in luxury-systems, and these machines suggest they mean business - the whole thing is cooled by Koolance kit in a Lian-Li chassis, the internals are absolutely top notch and they sport some neat Ubi logos on the side.
Our buds from the retail co had their usual stand and were doing a roaring trade in components and accessories all weekend. High up on the list was this bizarre keyboard that we will be looking at in more detail shortly.
It sports movable keys that you can arrange in whatever position you want, as well as an acrylic cover that allows you to mount key configurations and artwork for whatever game you want underneath. Bizarre, but kinda cool - look out for our thoughts soon.
Also on display was one of Kustom's new airbrushed cases. You can send your own machine in for an awesome paintjob if you feel the need - and juding by the results on this baby, it'll come up good.