Aerodyne 1930s-style mini-ITX PC

Aerodyne mini-ITX PC
(photos: Jeffrey Stephenson) Aerodyne mini-ITX PC | US$tba | slipperyskip.com

1930s was most remembered as the time of Betty Boop, Charlie Chaplin, mobsters with Tommy Guns, the Auburn Boat-tail Roadster and perhaps, the Art Deco style flair that comes along with these icons. if you are a computer-geek that adores what the 30s had brought, then the Aerodyne mini-ITX PC is the PC for you. custom crafted by one Jeffrey Stephenson, the fanless mini-ITX case is crafted from mahogany, accented with aluminum and despite its vintage outlook, under the hood is a host of modern electronic wizardries that include Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 256GB Solid State Drive (SSD), and a 150W power supply. totally sensible cos’ it is obvious that PC is virtually non-existence in the 1930s. now that you are feeling blessed that you are living in the 21st century, it also pretty obvious that this awesome PC could be yours. however, only about 5-10 of the Aerodyne mini-ITX PC will be made available, with its price is not known to us. more images and order information can be found at Stephenson Aerodyne’s webpage HERE.

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