Engineers are certainly outside-of-the-box thinkers, but it seems that those responsible for casing electronic devices are generally stuck with a restricted and rectangular-minded imagination. The Double F CPU-Server concept demonstrates a more creative packaging strategy that literally cuts corners for a more appealing product.
Ismael Gomez Montero housed the many components of the gadget within a compact shell with two large faces and a five-sided profile. Generally abstract in form, the case seems to balance on a broad metal base, giving it the necessary stability for its dimensions and its weight.
What you'll remark about the Double F CPU-Server is that every side of the device is exposed to the air around it. This, combined with perforations in the material, encourages ventilation to keep the gadget from overheating.
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