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Your Personal Desktop TARDIS!

Struggling for a Christmas gift for a tech-minded Doctor Who fan? Well, how about this creation by Scan Computers?

The TARDIS PC was made in conjunction with the BBC and is a fully-working PC built into a 45 piece aluminium TARDIS casing. Spec-wise, the TARDIS comes with an Intel Pentium G2120 Dual Core, 3.1GHz processor, Microsoft Windows 7 Premium 64bit, a Sony Blu-ray Writer and a fully working Chameleon circuit! (Perhaps not the last one…)

What’s more, the disc tray pops out of the illuminated Police Box sign! How cool is that!

However, the unit is not cheap with the price coming in at just under £1,000.

There’s a full breakdown of how much detail and craft went into making the PC on the company’s website including resourcing just the right shade of Pantone paint, reinforcing the roof with three individual tiers of intricately folded metal in order to smooth the lines of the familiar Police Box and the beacon on the roof which serves as an on/off switch.

For the full specifications, head over to Scan Computers, and you can find out more about the original prototype specs here.

(Via Den of Geek.)


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