Feb 142019
 

They won’t be fighting, though, so it won’t be a clash.

The Southwest Show on Saturday will see R-Comp Interactive unveil another new computer based on the TiMachine range (in turn based around the Titanium motherboard from Elesar Ltd). That new machine is called the Titan, and arrives in a tower case, similar in size to the launch version of the Iyonix according to R-Comp’s announcement.

With a base price of £775 including VAT, the default machine is shipped with a single drive for storage, with additional options available, and ships with the same custom-written software as its older brother, though lacks the more elaborate “Bundle CD” of R-Comp’s commercial applications.