At an absolute unboxing at the LTX event last week, AMD showed off some of its newest hardware. The meat of the reveal was a sneak peak at its latest cartoon card, the Radeon RX Vega. The Vega is very able and pretty, and can go toe-to-toe with Nvidia chips in able gaming PCs — yes, very nice, golf clap.

But alongside the Vega, the aggregation appear a abstruse black box which captured my absorption far more. Apparently called a “holocube,” it’s a small holographic affectation which flashes words and symbols in AMD red.

The show’s technicians and host Linus Sebastian apparent the cube with all the admiration the Avengers aloof for the Tesseract. They didn’t make the affectation sound decidedly impressive, as they said it will affectation images “if there’s a driver update, or a new game you wanna play, or if your DVR abduction is on.”

But what could it do? Could it — for archetype — give me notifications on Steam achievements? Affectation the news? Let me play ?

Whatever the Holocube does, exactly, AMD was quick to point out that it’s not planning to absolution it to the public. It said to :

AMD appreciates the action and concern surrounding the Radeon Holocube. The Radeon Holocube was developed as a ancestor and at this time, it is one of very few that exist in the world. The Holocube will not be aircraft with Radeon RX Vega in August.

Which begs the question: Why show off the darned thing? I can only assume it’s article that will eventually be more widely-available. I’m no AMD loyalist, but I admit: I want one.

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