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Clacker Steampunk Desktop Still Runs on Electricity

by Lambert Varias
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If you liked modder Datamancer’s steampunk laptop, you’ll go crazy over this datamanced desktop suite. The Clacker includes not just the computer itself but also a monitor, keyboard, mouse, mouse pad, speakers, table and chair. So put those coins back in your piggy bank. This is going to be pricey.

clacker steampunk desktop computer by datamancer

The highlight of the setup has to be the monitor: “The LCD also features an antique video projector built into the back which is powered and spins custom brass film reels while LED lighting flickers in a custom projection box, to give the impression that the image is being projected onto the LCD through the back.” Unfortunately we don’t have a video or even close-up pictures of the LCD, but if you’re sold contact Datamancer so you can talk pricing.

[Datamancer via Super Punch]

 

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