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The Weighted Companion PC

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DougEdey 21st January 2008, 07:40 Quote
Very nice to see it finished, shame that there's no I/O Panel though.
willyolio 21st January 2008, 07:41 Quote
nice basic little PC... but i have to say... a logitech dinovo edge? i'd value that keyboard over the PC itself!

really nice job in any case.
Mankz 21st January 2008, 07:57 Quote
Really cool PC!

I was waiting for a Weighted Companion PC, but didn't think it would come so quickly!
Bbq.of.DooM 21st January 2008, 08:26 Quote
Several accuracy issues:

1. The hearts are painted onto the button bits in the middle, not raised.
2. Those button bits should be rounded
3. The corners don't have enough height.

That being said, I love it.
[WP@]WOLVERINE 21st January 2008, 08:31 Quote
Well i know this cas has some flaws but hey it was a 5 day build so i didnt have time to make it 100% accurate. But given the time it took im very happy with it :)
dragontail 21st January 2008, 08:38 Quote
<3
Sandwich 21st January 2008, 08:40 Quote
Wow, wolverine that is very beautiful! Very Impressive too. If only I wasn't in college I'd finish my case mod and hope and pray that mine came out a fraction of how nice this one is. Actually I like it more than your pentagram mod... maybe cause portal is awesome.

You should mod a Gyration mouse into the Portal Gun to match up with this, and create a webcam that looks like the Sentries. Oh the possibilites.
rhuitron 21st January 2008, 08:46 Quote
Hell man, That was a great Build!!!! I really think it is a great homage to the game!

And Anybody that critique it that much *Cough* Bbg.of.DooM *Cough* works for the ASF Aperture Science Foundation that is!
CanadianViking 21st January 2008, 08:48 Quote
:) Very cool, excellent job.
Glider 21st January 2008, 08:50 Quote
I really like the mod, except for the 'rear IO panel'. TBH that ruins the whole mod for me, even if it's the back side. It just misses something over there.
makkone- 21st January 2008, 09:27 Quote
adorable<3
Bbq.of.DooM 21st January 2008, 09:47 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by [WP@]WOLVERINE
Well i know this cas has some flaws but hey it was a 5 day build so i didnt have time to make it 100% accurate. But given the time it took im very happy with it :)

Believe me, I love it. it's a great case, and I would not object to having one either. First finished weighted companion cube pc to be finished, too. Can't wait to see what you come up with next (glados pc?)
Quote:
Originally Posted by rhuitron
Hell man, That was a great Build!!!! I really think it is a great homage to the game!

And Anybody that critique it that much *Cough* Bbg.of.DooM *Cough* works for the ASF Aperture Science Foundation that is!

bbq.of.doom, and yes, I'm a ridiculously fussy person. About everything.
Demon Cleaner 21st January 2008, 10:14 Quote
Haha, I love it!
naokaji 21st January 2008, 10:45 Quote
you could sell that to apple as a case for the next gen of the mac mini

i love it, great mod with a theme from a great game, good job and congratulations on frontpage.
CardJoe 21st January 2008, 10:48 Quote
I love how nicely the fan fits into the design - cookie for you.
mrb_no1 21st January 2008, 11:40 Quote
Nice....

note: Page 3, bottom right hand thumbnail is linked to wrong image.

peace
curme 21st January 2008, 11:53 Quote
This is a triumph

(Somebody had to do it!)
diasam 21st January 2008, 12:52 Quote
It's hard to overstate my satisfaction. :)
Firehed 21st January 2008, 13:52 Quote
Brilliant idea with that one... maybe it's time for my Epia to see some use again in some form. Weighted companion server?
Redbeaver 21st January 2008, 13:53 Quote
do u sell that case?

im out of ideas for giving sth to my girl this valentine.... she's never been much of a geeky girl so its always been hard for me to find somethin incommon. that case is the perfect solution.

so please, wolvie. im begging you!

GIMME THAT PC!

:)


(gj tho, seriously!)
Slink 21st January 2008, 15:45 Quote
back to reality,

Fantastic work.
Candle 21st January 2008, 15:52 Quote
Wow really nice case, makes me want to start on mine now.
Thanks for all the great pictures you took.

Candle
sheninat0r 21st January 2008, 15:52 Quote
Huge success!

I would like to see a full-ATX sized version though - it would be closer to actual size!
dmak 21st January 2008, 15:54 Quote
I love it, I was thinking of doing something like that myself, one thing I was going to do differnet was try to use a break out box for all the connections, then I would only have to mar the surface with one whole :)
Orca 21st January 2008, 15:59 Quote
Awesome work, really like the how it turned out! :)
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