Your old stereos are at a disadvantage without the ability to play compressed audio formats, and the same is true for computers that just haven’t stepped out of the 80s. These modders combine old with the new and the end results rock, literally. Continue reading to see more. Click here for first picture in gallery.
Boombox Stereo PC
Finally, an old boombox has been put to good use. Gutterslide’s touchscreen boombox PC combines a Hitachi TRK-8200HR and Fujitsu Stylistic 1200 Color Tablet PC into the sleek retro package you see above. Powered by Windows, it features a 20GB hard drive, 802.11b Wi-Fi, internal webcam, 4 USB ports, and a “custom desktop to keep original aesthetics”.
There’s no better way to conceal a PC than by disguising it as an 80’s stereo. The computer features an integrated 15-inch LCD display, AMD Athlon XP 2500+ (1.83GHz) processor, and a 500GB hard drive. While not very practical, it does serve as an interesting conversation piece when you’ve got a few friends over. However, if a projector were to be integrated into this setup, it might actually be useful.