Nothing of laptops with bamboo finishes, gold hard drives, or speakers with spectacular designs, this is indeed integration of technology in the home, in its most classic version, of course.
The company Elitegroup Computer Systems, of Taiwan, shows at the Computex Fair 2009, which is taking place these days in Taipei, this curious example of decorative and technological symbiosis: a computer inside a vase porcelain.
It's about a desktop computer, never better said, with an Intel Atom 230 microprocessor, NVDIA ION board, 1 GB of RAM, a 2.5-inch hard drive and a Blu-ray reader. At the base of the vase we can see several discreetly concealed ports, as seen in the gallery, leaving the rest of the porcelain with the only hole in the reader tray.
It seems that this design has not left anyone indifferent and in the network there are already numerous chascarrillos, that you can't think of watering it, that you don't play ball at home ... It seems to me like a funny nod to tradition and modernity, I don't know, something like if we integrated the computer into a botijo. Of course, posts I prefer the version Chinese porcelainI almost like it.