When it comes to computer cases, you don't have to be stuck with a box. PCs have been packed into everything from pianos and petrol pumps to whisky bottles. We've rounded up to 20 most unusual PC cases.
This computer can't chain-smoke or guzzle beer like its cartoon inspiration, but this crazy mod can gobble up DVDs and CDs thanks to the DVD-ROM drive behind those shiny white teeth. The Bender case is the work of a modding genius from Norway.
We couldn't find information on the processor for this cartoon caper, but the device sports a VIA EPIA-M 10000 mini-ITX motherboard, one 120GB hard drive, and four additional external 250GB hard drives connected via FireWire.
Katsuya Matsumura's Close Combat
This is another Matsumura special, made for the July 2002 issue of Monthly PC-DIY. This monstrosity, which stands around 6ft tall, sports a 900MHz AMD Duron processor, 128MB RAM, and a 20.5GB hard drive.
It isn't superpowerful, but how could we leave it out? It's a 6ft-tall robot!
Photo: Katsuya Matsumura
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