LEGO PC Really Works! Beth Snyder April 29, 2011 Extras I simply must have this. A Windows 7 PC made of LEGO? Seriously? This could very well be the best thing to happen in recent memory! The case is actually made of LEGO bricks, which is the most brilliant thing I’ve seen in quite some time. It uses no screws, solder, or glue, and can be taken apart as easily as any other LEGO creation (important to know, especially if you’re going to be moving it around for whatever reason). It’s even multi-coloured, so it’ll match any decor. The computer itself features an AMD Athlon II 605e quad-core CPU running at 2.3GHz attached to an ASUS Mini-ITX board; it’s fully-outfitted with USB3, and has 8GB of SODDR3-1333 RAM. It’s also got a pair of Samsung 250GB hard drives, a slot-loading DVD-RW and an ATI Radeon HD 5570 GPU. Of course, this is just a DIY project, so you can’t actually buy one. But I bet you’re thinking about making one after the kids go to bed, aren’t you? Source: TechEBlog Share This With The World!