This hotel in Taiwan has high-performance gaming PCs in every room

I’ve been to my fair share of hotels, but they all lacked a certain something. Now, I know what that something was: High-performance gaming PCs!

Each room at the iHotel in Taoyuan, Taiwan has not one, but two high-performance gaming PCs — complete with glowing peripherals, large monitors, and expensive chairs designed around gaming.

Even the hotel’s lobby is packed with several gaming PCs, if you want to visit and play for a few hours.

Check out the iHotel, designed for the gamer in all of us:

The iHotel lobby itself is a gamer's paradise.

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As soon as you enter the iHotel in Taiwan, you'll find a veritable gaming parlor. It comes complete with several high-performance gaming PCs, accessories, and gaming-oriented chairs.

Even the seats are expensive high-end gaming chairs.

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The chairs at each gaming station in the iHotel are from DXRacer, a company that makes high-end, expensive gaming chairs. These models take after the bucket-seat design you'd find in high-performance cars. The most most expensive model goes for $795!

The gaming hardware is all top notch.

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Each gaming station is complete with glowing keyboards, glowing mice, and large 32-inch monitors from ASUS. All the computers pack one of the most powerful graphics cards you can buy for some serious graphics and smooth gameplay, the Nvidia GTX 1080ti. iHotel doesn't say how much each PC costs, but computers of this calibre often exceed $1,500. The Nvidia GTX 1080ti card alone costs about $940.

Gamers can play against other lobby dwellers, or log on to play with the online gaming community.

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Each room comes with two powerful gaming setups, too.

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The duo of gaming PCs in each room have 32-inch monitors, too, which is a pretty large size for a monitor.

They look decidedly luxurious.

Facebook/i hotel says that guests 'consistently rate the (free) WiFi as excellent.' I'd hope so, considering how the hotel is geared towards gamers -- like myself -- who are notoriously fickle and demand only the best internet performance. Travel sites also say the iHotel is in high demand.

The rooms also come with 46-inch wall-mounted TVs.

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Would you go out and explore the city, or would you close the blinds and stay in to play games for hours on end?

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Even the showers look good with all the marble.

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It's not as expensive as you might think.

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Rooms go for about $US100 a night, which isn't a bad deal if you make good use of the (likely expensive) gaming PCs inside each room.

You don't have to stay at the hotel overnight to use the gaming PCs at the hotel, either. Mashable reported that you can stay and play games for $US12 per hour on weekends, or $US75 for 15 hours.

As a PC gamer myself, I'd absolutely visit the iHotel.

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I don't think I'd stay overnight at the hote. Rather, I'd want to check out the city instead of playing video games. However, I'd absolutely pop in for a few hours of some online gaming during my vacation.

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