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Orange OPC Review

Rating: 9.0.

There are a large number of companies in the UK who would be willing to build a PC to your own specification providing you’re willing to put up enough cash.  There isn’t a whole lot which differentiates these PCs from each other, though, as you’re usually restricted to the same set of basic components to choose from.  They might even look the same as most manufacturers use the same cases as a basis for their systems.

But what if you’re looking for something a bit different?  There are fewer companies out there who are willing to build you a truly custom system and they usually charge top dollar for them.

Today we are going to take a look at a rather interesting computer from a company called Orange, the OPC.  Music enthusiasts may well recognise the Orange name as they are a well known manufacturer of amplifiers.  In fact, you’d be forgiven for mistaking the OPC for an amplifier as the case is based on the design of a guitar amp.  It features their trademark orange colour scheme which really makes it stand out from the competition.

More information about the Orange OPC is available here.

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  • Sven

    Wow that really is a beauty, how awesome would that look in a bedroom next to a guitar !

  • Davis

    yeah I agree, the case alone is worth at least £250 of the asking price, with speakers etc inside. that is really an unusual product, love it.

    I just need to learn to play an instrument now or I would feel this is wasted on me.

    ANyone here know if the software they include is any good? add some value to the price?

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  • DriveChain01

    I wasn’t sure if the e-mail I got was KitGuru or Ultimate-Guitar…

  • Franz

    This is perfect for me!

  • JayPro91

    It’s nice to know they made it really fast as well as really pretty!

  • DriveChain01

    The price is a bit high, but you have to note that you are basically getting a sold-state amp with a Micro-ITX computer mixed. A decent solid-state amp could cost as much as a lower-end PC while a real tube amp could be as much as a gaming machine. I see that with every other guitar/amp company they have changed to the Heavy/Death Metal scene.even though it looks psychedellic.