Under the Spotlight: WING X99 by Andreas Fredholm
We sit down with Andreas Fredholm to learn a bit more about his Mod of the Year winning rig, WING X99.
Aims for better feedback.
Still no quicksave feature, though.
Boasts of better reliability than HAMR.
Likely Projects Valerie and Ariana.
11,520 x 2,160 overall resolution.
Looks to prototype creation.
Tries to pass off a PCI card as a console.
Unreleased game gets an audience.
Modular smartphone shown booting.
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