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Briefcase PC (8 pics)

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  • 31 Jan, 2013  |
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Gaming laptops are very expensive, PCs are too big to carry them around. Here is an interesting solution - gaming PC inside a briefcase. It has Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB of RAM, XFX HD 6670 graphic card and to operating systems - Windows 7 and Mac OS X.

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№1 Author: rusboris (31 Jan 2013 06:23) Total user comments: 458


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Oh well that's not elegant at all. I was expecting something like what Ben Heck does
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№2 Author: No1 (31 Jan 2013 09:08) Total user comments: 1344


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I agree. They just took some components and put them into a briefcase. There are some amazing modders out there who have incredible talent for this sort of thing.
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№3 Author: Keta (31 Jan 2013 11:08) Total user comments: 384


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Hand made :07:
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№4 Author: Edruolp (31 Jan 2013 19:00) Total user comments: 10


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Piece of SH **T :88:
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№5 Author: Lu (31 Jan 2013 20:21) Total user comments: 15082


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Like a woman's handbag. :05:
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№6 Author: johnny Reynoso (31 Jan 2013 23:31) Total user comments: 3712


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:07: :07: :07: :07: :07: good
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№7 Author: Nguyenazn (1 Feb 2013 09:29) Total user comments: 1144


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This guy must be from one of those guys who brought their whole unit PCs in to Starbucks or some other Coffe shop hahah !
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№8 Author: TriMageRyan (2 Feb 2013 12:07) Total user comments: 37


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Why would you build this as a gaming computer but put the Mac iOS on it?
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№9 Author: yoshiwars (2 Oct 2013 06:26) Total user comments: 0


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This is my PC. It literally was made out of parts that I had around. I got the briefcase at Good Will for a couple bucks and the monitor was a old Sony that my girlfriend was going to throw out. Before it had a core i5 2500k, it had a core 2 duo and a different board with 4GB of DDR2. I got the PSU, the Core 2, board, memory, and GFX card off my buddy for $200. The hinge that holds the lid used to be just a drumstick. Later when I came into a little more cash I upgraded it to how its now since the board started to get flaky. I've had the PC for a good while now and it has served me well. I had a dual boot of Mac OS for music recording, business and pleasure.
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