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Computer and Desk Form to Create Super Office Entity

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Wow, that sounds like it could be the premise for a buddy movie, or at least a webshow: a computer and desk as one slick, sleek unit, together forever, fighting crime while bandying witticisms (or declaring that shit just got real). But no, it’s a mod, a super mod, a hybrid of furniture and machine that serves as the anchor for the ultimate office experience: the watercooled PC desk.

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Beautiful. And it hurts my heart a little, because I too have the ubiquitous beige carpet in my office, as well as a similar monitor, and a desk chair not unlike the one in this picture. Unfortunately, my desk is a gigantic, hulking creation that is most assuredly not fitted with a custom machine.

It’s even lovelier up close:

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I take some small solace in the fact that the glass window down into the workings of the beast might at least serve as a distraction, as petty as it may be. I can’t help it; I’m burning with jealousy over here.

It’s all built from the ground up: desk and computer, custom designed to fit the maker’s needs. Even the reservoir was designed specifically to fit this desk. And now that it’s finished? He needs to start making them for everyone else!

[via The Case Mod Blog]



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