This concept for a future Dell XCS PC is called evolutionary by its designers, but it looks pretty revolutionary to us. The developers have somehow determined that consumers are afraid to get their hands dirty under the hood of a conventional PC, and would be more likely to tinker with their hot rods if they consisted of snap-together modular parts.

So they've designed a PC with an easy-as-pie numbering system, where all those megahertz and gigahertz and other complicated numerologies are replaced by simple single-digit numbers. Plus, they've made it impossible to insert one of these modules into the wrong place.


But wait. If you take away the degree of difficulty, doesn't that diminish the degree of satisfaction once the job is done? Nevertheless, this is one badass-looking PC. Maybe someday we'll see one in the real world.

Dell XCS [Yanko Design]