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Wall-E Windows Computer Casemod Gets Touchscreen Tummy

by Paul Strauss

After listening to his startup sound, I always figured that Wall-E ran on Mac OS. I guess I was wrong. From the looks of this casemod, the little yellow robot that could runs Windows XP.

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Modder Jonathan Berg put together this Wall-E PC mod that comes complete with a 7-inch touchscreen monitor inside his belly.

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Wall-E is made from custom cut Plexiglas, arms made from Logitech speakers, and webcam hidden behind his eyes. He’s even been outfitted with voice recognition software which lets his master command him by barking orders –  in case his touchscreen and laser keyboard aren’t sufficient.

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At least his compactor module isn’t activated, or else that monitor would most certainly be crushed into smithereens.




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Comments (3):

  1. Stephanie says:

    Love it!! Where can I purchase one? Greatest idea since the ipod… ;)

  2. JAYDEN says:

    HOW much is this computer wall-e.

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