Last July, we checked out Mike Schropp’s Micro LEGO computer. Here’s another custom made but more discreet mini PC. Made by French company Kubb, the Wood Kubb is a 4.9 cubic inch computer with swappable handmade wooden shells.
The Wood Kubb is actually the latest in line of Kubb’s eponymous Mini PCs, but the previously released models had plastic or steel shells. Wood Kubb’s shell can be made of white ash, brown ash and elm.
The electronic components are all mounted on a chassis that can be separated from the shell just by removing a single hidden screw.
Aside from the three wooden shells, the components’ chassis will also fit in Kubb’s steel shells.
Like other PCs, Wood Kubb will come in different configurations: Intel i3 to i5 CPUs, 8GB to 16GB RAM, 128GB to 1TB SSD and Intel HD 4400 to 5000 IGPs. Pledge at least ~$520 (USD) on Kickstarter to receive a Wood Kubb as a reward.
[via Cool Things]