Say hello to the Jetpack, a SteamOS PC that hides out behind your TV.

This new PC, designed by hardware manufacturer Piixl, features a sleek, thin body and run’s Valve’s Linux-based Steam operating system…so it has plenty of power. It supports high-end components such as overclocked Intel Core i7 processors, the latest graphics cards from Nvidia, including the Titan and GTX780, and up to 1TB of SSD storage. Users could also put Windows or Linux on the Jetpack.

The real stand-out feature, though, is the system’s ability to latch onto the back of your TV, like an actual jetpack. That way, it stays out of view, while still giving you the game experience you want.

“Jetpack is designed for gamers that do not want to compromise on performance nor interior design,” said Piixl managing director Francois-Xavier Gardes. “Whether wall-mounted or on a table, its presence stays smart and minimalistic while providing leading edge-performance and tweak potential virtually on par with a full-tower.”

The Jetpack is expected to release on January 1st for a retail cost of $1,000. And yes, hackers, it will be enabled for modding.

Source: VentureBeat