A new build card toolkit from Shaco.com has been unveiled, the company said on Wednesday.
The new toolkit, which can be used to build PC hardware or mobile software, has been developed by a team of engineers in collaboration with PC manufacturer Acer.
The team of Acer engineers who worked on the project have previously built PC-specific components like the GeForce GTX 660 Ti graphics card and a Shaco-branded PC case.
However, they are now focusing on building a hardware-level toolkit that can be applied to any PC build.
The build card includes the built-in firmware for a PC-compatible firmware and provides instructions for the build to proceed.
This build card also has a built-out version of the Shaco firmware for easy updates.
A separate build card can also be used for PC gaming, according to Shaco’s website.
The Shaco build card will also allow PC builders to easily get a “shaco card” for their PC, according the website.
This will allow PC owners to easily add a custom PCB, or a custom-built PCB for their build system.
This will allow you to create a PC build that is both easy to build and easy to customize.
Shaco will be launching a new build cards for PCs and mobile devices at the CES tech show in Las Vegas next month.
The company has been building PC-based hardware since 2004.
The company is also working on a mobile phone accessory and gaming accessories, but the latter are still in early development stages.