DR-Who-PC-Case

When I built my first computer, pretty much the only cases available were plain, boring beige. If you were lucky, you might find a black one. Had there been something like this available then, I would have adapted it by any means necessary in order to keep using it until it finally fell apart. Imagine how fabulous this would look sitting on your desk next to your Tardis mini-fridge! Or…would that cause a rip in the space-time continuum better left alone…hmm.

Anyway, the case is officially licensed worldwide by the BBC, and is constructed of 45 individual pieces of cut brushed aluminum. Of course it comes in the original Pantone blue colour, because it doesn’t matter if that matches your decor or not, any other colour would be quite simply wrong. It measures 205mm x 205mm x 430mm (8 x 8 x 17?) and is available either with a pre-configured system or you can custom-build your own.

If you choose to go with the pre-configured model, you’ll get an Intel Pentium G2120 Dual Core (3.1GHz), Gigabyte GA-H61N-USB3 (Intel H61), 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600MHz, 500GB Western Digital HDD, 300W be quiet! BN133 SFX Micro-ATX PSU, Sony Blu-ray Writer, and Microsoft Windows 7 Premium 64bit. That particular system will cost you 935.99 ($1,510.00 US). If that’s a touch too spendy for your taste, a custom build will start at just 400.00 ($645.00 US).

I don’t care how much it costs. I want one.

Source: The Gadgeteer

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