Origin has been producing gaming PCs for quite some time. Ten years ago, the team built the Big O, a custom gaming PC that was also mated to an Xbox 360. In celebration of Origin's ten year anniversary, the firm has introduced a new Big O gaming unit, this time, taking things a step further by combining a gaming PC, Xbox One X, PlayStation 4 Pro, and Nintendo Switch.
As you can imagine, building this monster was no small feat, requiring plenty of custom parts and modifications. The team removed the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro from its external casings and melded both consoles inside the chassis with a liquid cooling system. The rear of the PC offers individual USB 3.0 ports for each console, a single Ethernet port that will allow all the units to go online, and an HDMI port that is connected to a 4K HDMI switch. To top things off, the front of the PC has a Switch dock hidden under the front panel. You can remove the Switch to play it or dock it if you want to output it to a monitor or TV.
As a PC, this unit makes use of an MSI MEG Z390 GODLIKE motherboard, an Intel Core i9-9900K processor, 64GB of CORSAIR Dominator Platinum RGB memory, two 2TB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe, a 14TB Seagate BarraCuda, and an NVIDIA TITAN RTX graphics card. Despite this being an impressive machine, you won't be able to purchase it, as there are no plans to sell it at this point. So for now, you will have to marvel at its creation in the above video, and hope that Origin will offer it for sale someday in the near future.