Cosair’s Bulldog 4K PC And Lapdog Personal Gaming Center Out Now

Cosair Bulldog
Cosair’s Bulldog 4K living room PC kit and Lapdog portable gaming control center are available now.

The systems are designed to bring 4K PC gaming into the living room with the aid of a full size mouse and keyboard.

Bulldog’s form factor has been designed for the living room with liquid cooling support and the processor and graphics card while Lapdog offers “precision desktop peripherals to your couch with un-matched comfort,” Corsair said in a press release.

The Corsair Bulldog was originally announced as a prototype during Computex 2015 and claimed a Best of CES 2016 Honoree distinction.

Bulldog is available as both a kit and in a range of configured systems from Micro Center in North America. The system incorporates a Cosair SF600 SFX power supply, Corsair H5SF liquid cooler, and an Intel Z170 mini-ITX motherboard. You’ll then need to add a CPU, memory, graphics card, and storage.

The system has been designed with upgrades in mind.

The Lapdog was also shown for the first time at Computex 2015 and allows you mount either a Corsair K70 or K65 keyboard and mouse. This aluminium gaming center offers a removable memory foam lap cushion and weighs in at 2.63 kg (5.8 lbs).

Bulldog’s Chasis costs $399 with various other system configurations costing more. The Lapdog costs $119.99.