Unveiled at CES 2018, Digital Storm's 'Project Spark' brings together an impressive gaming desktop at a staggeringly small size. Measuring in at 6 inches deep, 4 inches wide and 12 inches tall, this boutique PC is perhaps the smallest desktop that's commercially produced. Despite being a quarter of the size of most gaming PC's, Project Storm boasts an impressive internal build that is also fully upgradable. This innovation marks a particularly interesting step in PC gaming as the only compact alternative to date is a gaming laptop, which in many cases pales in comparison to a full desktop PC.
Project Spark comes equipped with an impressive array of internal parts. The internals featured in the CES display device include an Intel Core-i7 8700K, an Nvidia GTX 1080, 32GB of memory, three 500GB Samsung SSD's, a 2TB Samsung SSD and what seems to be a custom liquid-cooling system. The PC is also fully modular with Digital Storm, allowing for a full customization of the processor, memory, storage and graphic modules. Digital Storm's Project Spark has an expected release date of Q2 2018 and is set to be the smallest performance based PC on the market.