PC’s get smaller and more powerful with time (although screens get bigger), and we wouldn’t want it other way. Now, meet this stylish landmark in development.
This is Mondrian, a project by Jeffrey Stephenson. Stephenson is known for creating custom computers out of wood and acrylic, and his latest work is this piece, a mini fanless PC inspired by the Dutch artists Piet Mondrian.
The case sort of remind us of a really stylish and classy mod for a launch day fat PS2. On to the specs, this baby is powered by an Intel Core i3-2105 processor, and has Intel HD graphics, a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a 120w picoPSU. It runs on Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Good work, Jeffrey!
Via: Geeky Gadgets
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