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LanZilla RC Casemod: Off-Road Computing

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Having a moveable computer case won’t come in handy in daily use, but it would save you a lot of time and back pain when you do need to move or transport it. Which is why I envy Stephen Popa – not only does his PC case have wheels, it’s actually a remote controlled car, so he can have fun with it even when the PC is turned off.

lanzilla remote control car casemod by stephen popa

Mounted on top of LanZilla is a custom case that houses, among other things, a Thermaltake Element Q mini ITX case, a Zotac H-67 ITX Wifi motherboard, a zotac 560TI graphics card, 8GB RAM and a 120 GB SSD. It also has a 9.6v rechargeable battery to power the car.

Check out the LanZilla zipping about on the video below. Its ability to withstand bumps and falls is quite impressive.

You can check out a second video of the LanZilla if you want. No pressure. Also Stephen, I’m pretty sure this isn’t the world’s first remote-controlled PC casemod. Doesn’t make it any less awesome though! Check out Stephen’s website for his other projects.

[via GizmoWatch]