You may look at your PC as a machine to help complete your tasks or as a gateway to all of your entertainment. For some, PC is a platform of self-expression especially for PC hardware enthusiasts out there.
Hence, there are plenty of accessories in the market that are designed for them to express their creativity through PC building. The recent fascination for all things RGB within the PC hardware industry has also led to the creation of many attention-grabbing accessories.
However, this upcoming release from the Japanese company Nagao Industry is among the most bizarre of them all. It is basically a mirror that allows you to show off the front part of your graphics card which is usually really seen unless you decide to mount the card outside your motherboard by using a PCIe extension cable.
First reported by TechPowerUp, the mirror is made from acrylic which apparently is more durable than glass. It is also accompanied by an adjustable metal mount that allows users to properly position the mirror to their liking.
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Users can choose to install the metal mount inside their PC with magnets or rubber foot that Nagao Industry has provided alongside the mirror. Do take extra care of the mirror though as the company warned that the acrylic mirror is more prone to scratches than glass mirror.
Priced at JPY 2948 (~RM 116), the timing of the mirror’s arrival into the scene seems to coincide nicely with the launch of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 30 graphics card series. However, its availability and pricing outside of Japan are not yet known for the time being though.