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Steampunk Computers

29 Jan

Today’s post is some pieces of eye candy. Those action figures were so cute i figured today we’d look at some more steampunk things built in real life, like computers.

I actually had another post written in which i was going to showcase 6 different computers, but in tracking down the sources for each one (i’d like the artists to get their due) i got my pants blown off at Datamancer’s website, and thus we’re going to feature only his gothic computer redesigns.

1. This is a laptop. Let me repeat. A LAPTOP, which makes this the laptop case.

And inside we have the actual computer:

That’s….. that’s just insanely awesome.  I am torn between wanting to hump it and wanting to eat it. As with most things in life.

2.  The Archbishop Gothic PC

closed….

open…

archbishop gothic PC, open

3.  Okay, ready for a scanner? Of course you are.

steampunk scanner

I know, right? Hard to believe until you actually see the damn thing open.

4.  Now some keyboards:

The Sojourner keyboard

5. And let’s wrap it up with a whole desktop set up.

HUMP….. OR……. EAT……

All of these are designed and built by Richard “Doc” Nagy and these and a whole lot more mind blowing creations can be found at his website Datamancer.net.

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Posted by on January 29, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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2 responses to “Steampunk Computers

  1. giulas41

    January 30, 2011 at 12:00 am

    Wow!!! Do they have those in macs???? kk….really cool… the one on the top is awesome…

     
    • paulms

      January 30, 2011 at 12:05 am

      That laptop is…. i have no words.

       

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