You may not get very far on this ‘Pocket Bike’ / Mini Bike largely because of its ride comfort and the amount of fuel it can hold but the HAF X Mini Bike is certainly one astonishing PC case mod. Though the bike itself doesn’t house a display, you probably don’t want to be doing that while you’re scootering about. The idea itself sounds great, why go to work or your mates with a memory stick when you can get there with your own PC and just hook up a display? Check it out in the video below, the bike accelerates, turns and brakes just like any bike…
Check out the latest addition to the Chevy Mall. It’s a PC thats been built into a 20-inch long replica model of the popular American muscle car Chevorlet Camaro. Unlike your typical PC, there are a number of customisable options. These range from the colour you’d like your Camaro to be (just like buying a car) to the amount of RAM and size of hard drive underneath the hood.
For all enthusiastic users that like to experiment with their processors and are familiar with overclocking, Biostar Microtech has a special treat for you. It’s a brand new motherboard named TA890FXE from their T-Series designed for latest AMD processors.
This is another creative custom Lego PC mod. You may still remember some of the workable custom Lego gadgets we’ve featured in the past, such as the latest PC mod, Lego Mac Pro, Lego V8 engine, Lego Safe and Lego Playstation. What make this Lego PC special is the fact that the creators have added emotion and feeling into this piece of work (it’s art!). The Lego PC has many tiny Lego figures surrounding it, actually a house or a lodge of some sort! And inside the actual model, representing a scene of a lively and friendly Lego town is the PC’s hardware. Computer hardware doesn’t feel cold afterall! More Pictures in this post and over at our gallery page.