Suissa's Wooden Enlighten PC

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Like other Suissa PCs, the Enlighten's case is made of wood meant to last through many cycles of component gutting and upgrading. Unlike the others, this one is built around a MicroATX mobo. This qualifies as art, and is therefore above a certain amount of practical criticism, but I can't get over the fact that wood isn't going to dissipate heat nearly as well as aluminum. Did I mention it is $16,500?

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For that, you get an Intel Quad core CPU or AMD X2 6400+, Nvidia 8800GTX or ATI Radeon HD2900XT, with 4GB of RAM, DVD burner, a TB of HDD and a card that says "I have too much disposable Income!" The power supply is hidden in the block below the plexiglass-faced wood ring. I think this is the kind of computer an architect might want in his mid-century house, but if I'm dropping Civic money on a computer, it's going to include at least three 30-inch displays. Just saying. [Suissa]

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Try this, go to Alienware/Apple/Sony etc. and see what $16.5k can really get you. I would really like to know who's buying this shit, being that there is obviously some sort of market for it.