October 18, 2007

“A Canadian computer firm has built a PC that’s designed to last forever.

Suissa’s Enlighten is a wood encased desktop built from high-performance components that won’t need replacing as frequently as most computers do. Inside, you’ll get a monstrous 4GB RAM, DVD burner and a terabite of hard drive-disk space. That’s the equivalent of 300,000 songs or photographs, or two thirds of the way towards the alleged capacity of a human being’s functional memory.

The PC is designed to symbolise “the emerging trend of the physical separation of our hardware and data”, and with an £8,000 price tag you’d certainly hope so.

Suissa is only planning on making 10 of these, each one available on a commission-only basis. All you need now is a wooden keyboard and screen.... “


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