|Founders 👔||Fred Chang|
|Headquarters 🏙️||17560 Rowland St, |
City of Industry, California,
Area served 🗺️
|Fred Chang (CEO)|
Number of employees
ABS, also known as Advanced Battlestations, is an American computer hardware subsidiary of Newegg, based in City of Industry, California. The company manufactures gaming computers for the PC gaming market from entry-level to high-end custom PCs.
Newegg announced on October 1, 2020, ABS was relaunched to focus on the gaming community by offering a complete portfolio of gaming PCs that cater to everyone from beginners just getting started to video game enthusiasts.
ABS produces and sells PCs for use in computer gaming. Their PCs contain third-party components that are assembled, packaged, and ready-to-use upon arrival. They partner with various other hardware companies, such as ASUS, AMD, Corsair, Gigabyte Technology, Intel, Microsoft, and NVIDIA. 
- Challenger (Entry Tier) - Typically features previous-generation graphics cards and CPUs.
- Master (Low Tier) - Increased performance featuring current-generation graphics cards and CPUs.
- Gladiator (Mid Tier) - Higher performance featuring the low-end of next-generation graphics cards and CPUs.
- Legend (High Tier) - Highest performance featuring the most recent next-generation graphics cards and CPUs.
- List of computer system manufacturers
- "Expand private label business".
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- "Newegg Wants ABS Brand To Focus On Gaming, Launches Gladiator Battlestation". Player.One. 2020-10-02. Retrieved 2021-04-29.
- "About Page - Our Products". www.abs.com/about.
- "Challenger". www.abs.com. Retrieved 2021-04-29.
- "Master". www.abs.com. Retrieved 2021-04-29.
- "Gladiator". www.abs.com. Retrieved 2021-04-29.
- "Legend". www.abs.com. Retrieved 2021-04-29.
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