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Desktop computers are slowly being phased out in favor of tablets and laptops, but for those who prefer the larger displays, along with the power, here are a few cool computer cases / mods to get you inspired. Starting off, we have a custom Imperial Walker AT-AT computer case that boasts plenty of LED lighting to set the mood in a dark room. Continue reading for more.

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While the real Lamborghini Sesto Elemento may cost you a cool $2-million, this one you see above (right) is just a replica. Built at a cost of $15,000, they made this version from an old Volvo 740 chassis and pieces of a BMW X5, sans the carbon fiber like on the real Sesto Elemento. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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From afar, this is as real as a Ferrari F40 gets, but to trained supercar enthusiasts, they'll know right away something is off, and that's because it's a Lotec TT1000. Based on the Ferrari Testarossa, Lotec turbocharged its 5.0L 12-cylinder boxer engine in order to achieve 780 horsepower and 678 foot-pound of torque out at 12.3 psi of boost. That's not all, all the body panels were replaced for an F40 lookalike made of carbon-kevlar composites just like on the original, and massive AP brakes, along with a fully adjustable suspension were installed, in order to keep this monstrous beast safe on the road. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.

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In addition to providing quick and easy access to systems as well as proper ventilation for the computer equipment, having a wall-mounted system just looks plain cool, especially when decorated with LED lights. As you can see from the examples above, some went case-less for an even more aesthetically interesting look. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a male cover of "Let It Go" from Disney's Frozen that will blow your socks off.

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Before throwing out that old Mac sitting in your garage, here are a few fun and creative ways to reuse them. Whether it be a beer dispenser, mailbox, or even an aquarium, there are more than enough projects here to get you inspired. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing a beagle that's too smart for its own good.

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2014 is almost here, and it's always good to take a trip down memory lane, or at least in the PC modding arena. In the future, everyone could make the transition to laptops, tablets and smartphones, so there's no better time to recap some of the strangest, as well as the coolest, PC case mods to hit the internet over the years. Continue reading for more.

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Does cleaning your house seem like an endless task? Here are some creative ways to repurpose random things you may have laying around, such as barrels, pipes, computer towers, tissue boxes, etc. For example, the geek above transformed an old Mac tower into a functional mailbox. Continue reading for more.

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Sure, lugging around any laptop with a screen that's 17" or larger may not be practical, but this Xbox One version is definitely unique to say the least. It features an ultra slim design - 2-inches thick (includes display) versus the 3.1-inches of the original - all original ports, top-mounted circular fan, "and the awkward USB port located on the side of Xbox One is now conveniently located on the front of the laptop for quick access." Continue reading for a video and more information.

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At first glance, this actually appear to be a Lamborghini of some sort, but in reality it's just a Reventon Roadster replica. It's built around a steel frame with body panels constructed out of what appears to be fiberglass. Unfortunately, the interior definitely does not look like it's from a $1.3-million supercar. Continue reading to see why.

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For those who have an old, rusty scooter sitting in their yard, make sure to check out this interesting project before throwing it out. Simply put, this person transformed their rusting, broken scooter into a livable mobile home, complete with bed and dining area out back. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an artist who created paintings with his eyeballs.

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