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    Flip Chip Qwijib0's Avatar
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    Cool Briefcase PC

    My Briefcase Alpha
    The outside...

    Serial, KB, and video ports...

    The PS and my ghetto power switch

    The inside....


    Specs:
    Digital 164LX mainboard
    Digital Alpha 533Mhz 64bit Processor
    256 MB RAM
    840MB HD
    Tru64 Unix
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    Cyber Techie cy's Avatar
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    It looks pretty cool but it looks like the same size as a mid tower, so if you are trying to save space, that won't help much

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    Actually, I was too cheap to buy a new case, so I used a breifcqase instead
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    lol

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    looks like we are going to have to start calling you Bond, James Bond.

    Do you have room in there for your MP5 submachine gun?
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