As insane Steampunk PC case mods go, this Frankenstein machine by D. Mattocks will take some beating. Standing almost eight feet tall, and bristling with copper piping, vintage gauges and glass indicator lights from an old navy ship, it's not so much a computer as a tribute to H.G. Wells, Dr Frankenstein and the sort of coffin Isambard Kingdom Brunel would've probably liked to be buried in.
The vent was salvaged from an old church, and now acts as the air inlet for the water-cooling system. Meanwhile everything is backlight with green cold-cathode tubes, which manage to make the Frankenstein Computer look even more ominous. Happily one of the gauges does actually show the computer temperature, though there's probably not a steam blow-off valve.
We're fully expecting Amazon to announce the Kindle 2 this morning, but if the Wall Street Journal is to be believed then there could be more than just a new ebook reader on the cards. The paper is reporting that Amazon have persuaded author Stephen King to pen an exclusive work that will only be available on Kindle.
Whether its left you screaming in frustration or cooing in delight, the last thing you want is to see your BlackBerry Storm smashed on the cold, harsh ground. Happily OtterBox have finally wheeled out one of their sturdy cases for the touchscreen smartphone, and while it won't make it water-resistant, it will add protection against drops, bumps and dust.
Lian Li is known for its out-of-ordinary PC armor, well constructed craftsmanship chassis with styles and quality. In fact, I still have two of the of Lian-Li cases with its infamous separate compartments design, love it; but they are rather humble, typical black case with over-sized fans, and nothing like this special edition PC-888 you about to see.
Lian Li is shaking thing up in PC armor department with its Pre-CES announcement; unveiled two high end PC tower chassis, PC-B70 and PC-B71 for end users who are looking for stylish design, and acoustics damping as a part of their computer system with tool-less accessible parts and oversize fans.
Well it finally happened, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 was fit into a Playstation 3 case. This May be able to fool your friends into thinking you had enough money for you, but look at it twice and you will see that there is something very strange about it. For one there is a big hole in the front.
Vaja has become the next case manufacturer to add an iPhone nano category to its online listings, further fuelling the rumor that Apple are planning a compact version of the existing iPhone 3G. The option is listed, as with XSKN, alongside the two existing iPhone models, but currently links only to an email update registration page.