Modular DNA PC Concept Lets You Build it Like LEGO

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This modular DNA PC concept looks quite similar to the Bookshelf Microsoft ISDA design concept from a few years ago, but it's slightly different in that it's almost entirely made out of cubes. The core idea is the same: you've got a base "PC" that you add features and peripherals onto by attaching them together. Keyboard, storage, RAM, and other components are all interchangeable, which gives the final PC construction a bit of a kindergarden/LEGO look. Interesting, yes, but a bit too far-fetched to be really usable.

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Illustration for article titled Modular DNA PC Concept Lets You Build it Like LEGO
Illustration for article titled Modular DNA PC Concept Lets You Build it Like LEGO
Illustration for article titled Modular DNA PC Concept Lets You Build it Like LEGO
Illustration for article titled Modular DNA PC Concept Lets You Build it Like LEGO
Illustration for article titled Modular DNA PC Concept Lets You Build it Like LEGO
Illustration for article titled Modular DNA PC Concept Lets You Build it Like LEGO
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DISCUSSION

imadifferentbird
I'm A Different Bird

@nutbastard: Of course, the problem is, the only mac you'll find that will accept that card is a Mac Pro. And the Mac Pro is way overpriced for home users, mostly because of the use of Xeon processors. Which goes back to my primary complaint about Apple: they do not have an enthusiast line.