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Nintendo NES Windows Pc Spotted on Ebay

Nintendo NES Windows Pc Spotted on Ebay
This wouldn’t be the first time that I’ve seen a Nintendo NES console turned into a Windows PC, but it is the first time you can buy one for yourself. The maker of this beautifully crafted NES PC casemod has put it up for sale to the highest bidder.

66-Fan Casemod Keeps Things Cool

66-Fan Casemod Keeps Things Cool
Check out this ridiculous computer case made entirely out of cooling fans. I’m assuming the builder of this case was frustrated with their tricked-out system overheating all the time. The case was assembled from 66 individual cooling fans, keeping the system icy cold all the time.
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Soviet Tv Pc Casemod: From Russia With Wood

Soviet Tv Pc Casemod: From Russia With Wood
Whooda thunk that a 40+ year-old Soviet television set would make for one of the most gorgeous computer designs I’ve seen in a very long time? This amazing transformation started with a 1961 Soviet REKORD tv set and turned it into a modern Windows PC.

Is This Weird Al’s Computer?

Is This Weird Al’s Computer?
Ready to get your polka on? This unassuming accordion happens to house a complete PC under hidden inside its bellows. The Enrico accordion case mod project took an old squeezebox, gutted it out and loaded it with a Linux server, designed to store the builders’ digital music collection.

Ultimate Digg Case Mod for Sale

Ultimate Digg Case Mod for Sale
The talented case-modders over at Computer Choppers have put their amazing Digg custom computer up for sale on eBay. The system is a glorious tribute to the popular social news website. In addition to the over-the-top case design, the system is loaded up with a goodly amount of high-end components, including: Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800 CPU w/ Asus Silent Square HSF Asus P5B-Deluxe Motherboard 3GB DDR2 Memory (2GB Gskill HZ DDR2-800 & 1GB (512×2) Kingston HyperX DDR2-1066) 3x500GB Western Digital WD5000YS Hard Drives BFG 8800GTS 640MB Video Card Soundblaster X-Fi Platinum 18x Sata DVDRW w/ lightscribe Hiper 580watt Power Supply Noritake 3900 512×32 VFD PCI fan controller & LPT port It even includes a matching, custom painted 20-inch LCD monitor, keyboard, mouse, and slick aluminum mouse pads to round out the system.

Lacie Golden Disk: It’s Getting Gold Outside

Lacie Golden Disk: It’s Getting Gold Outside
Ah, Gold. Computer peripheral maker LaCie has really stepped up their game lately, working with world-renowned artists like Karim Rashid and Neil Poulton to help create some truly stunning accessories. Now they’ve enlisted the help of Ora-Ïto to come up with their latest creation, the Golden Disk.

Video of the Day: Trs-80 Dancing Demon

Video of the Day: Trs-80 Dancing Demon
Here’s a blast from the past that I stumbled upon earlier today. I don’t know why I found it so entertaining, but I guess it just reminded me of when I was just a geektot. There’s something about the simplicity of computer graphics back in the day that just makes me all gooey.

Super Nintendo Casemod: Powered by Vista

Super Nintendo Casemod: Powered by Vista
Here’s a fun one. Some guys in Japan has taken an old Super Nintendo (known as the Super Famicom over there) and turned it into a Windows PC. The computer is running a full version of Windows Vista Ultimate.

Saitek Cyborg Fps Gamepad Offers Custom Left Controls

Saitek Cyborg Fps Gamepad Offers Custom Left Controls
Here’s an interesting new gaming controller design from Saitek. The new Cyborg PP26 Rumble Gamepad controller lets you swap the positions of the left analog sitck and digital joypad. This seems like a great idea, since it seems the position of those controls is a highly individual preference.

The Super Tiny Cube Pc

The Super Tiny Cube Pc
While I’ve seen some small computers in my time, I think this one might set the record for a fully-functional PC. Japanese manufacturer Shimafuji has developed the Space Wire Cube PC. The system manages manages to cram an entire PC into a 2-inch cube that fits in the palm of your hand.

Wii Style Cursors for Windows

Wii Style Cursors for Windows
If you happen to like the design of those pointy-fingered Wii cursors, you can now enjoy them on your PC, thanks to this set of downloadable cursors for your Windows computer. Designed by Deviantart member allewund, the cursor set contains reproductions of every Wii cursor I can think of.

Haro: Worst Pc Case Ever

Haro: Worst Pc Case Ever
Wow, here’s a way to really crap up your PC… The Haro PC case is a big green blob that encases your computer and attempts to give it a personality. The weird looking creature holds small computers (like the Mac Mini) with ease.

Novint Falcon: the Real Force Feedback Controller

Novint Falcon: the Real Force Feedback Controller
Sure, there have been many so-called “force feedback” controllers for computers and video games, but this is the first time I’ve seen one that really means it. Unlike most force devices which simply vibrate or drag, the Novint Falcon lets you control in 3-dimensions and actually can push against your grip with as much as 2 pounds of force.

Pc Gets Crammed Into Gameboy Case

Pc Gets Crammed Into Gameboy Case
While it’s certainly not the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen, you’ve got to hand it to this casemodder for his gumption. This supremely modified Nintendo Gameboy has become host to an entire Windows XP computer.

Pico-Itx Mobos: Computers to Get Even Smaller

Pico-Itx Mobos: Computers to Get Even Smaller
Just when you thought desktop PCs couldn’t get any smaller, VIA comes along and introduces an insanely tiny new x86 motherboard platform. VIA’s ultra-mini Pico-ITX mainboards measure in at just under 3″ x 4″ – about 75% smaller than the Mini-ITX format.

Nice Beaver… Thanks, I Just Had It Stuffed.

Nice Beaver… Thanks, I Just Had It Stuffed.
This is the most bizarre case mod I’ve seen in a long while. It’s a fully functional mini-ITX computer crammed into the carcass of a beaver. In addition to being a dead animal, the CompuBeaver is a complete PC loaded with a Core 2 duo processor, 160GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM.
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