ECS' Computer-in-a-Vase is Beginning to Bloom

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jun 4, 2009 • References: engadget & gizmag
The advancements in technology have allowed us to pretty much do anything. We can fight harmful diseases, modify vegetation and livestock, enhance our own bodies through medication and now, make a computer in a vase.

Taiwanese manufacturer ECS has designed and produced the Computer-in-a-Vase. The computer isn’t the laughingstock that it may seem to be. It features an Atom 230 processor, NVIDIA ION Graphics, 2.5-inch HDD, 1GB of RAM, HDMI output, and a Blu-ray drive.

Just for kicks and a little bit of flash, the vase is made of real porcelain.

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