The ‘world’s first bubble tea’ gaming PC costs over S$10,000 – but it’s not for sale

Singaporeans are up for anything bubble tea, and it seems Aftershock, a local computer hardware company, is too. 

The company, which specialises in custom PC designs, was commissioned by a customer based in Australia to build a PC with a boba tea aesthetic.  

Aftershock’s team in Australia put it together, using premium computer parts that amounted to over S$10,000.  

Jonathan Teo, Marketing Lead at Aftershock, said the build “needed a lot of effort to customise the aesthetic into what you see”.


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