While not as compact as this Windows 98 smartwatch, LGR’s custom-built teddy bear computer might take the title of strangest PC yet. It’s called Bear-A-Byte and houses a mini AT case with a 500MHz Intel Pentium III processor, 320MB of RAM, a PS2 mouse port, two standard USB ports, a PS2 IR port, audio output, Ethernet port, and VGA video output.
Aside from the bear, everything else was basically plug-and-play including a 120GB Maxtor hard drive used to install Windows Millennium Edition. Everything aside from the sound appeared to work fine right after the installation and that issue was fixed by installing a driver. Unfortunately, something was wrong with either the speakers or sound card, as the volume really needed to be turned up to hear anything.
- INTEL Core i3 10105F 3.7GHz (4.4GHz Max Boost) CPU Processor | 500GB SSD – Up to 30x Faster Than Traditional HDD
- NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1650 4GB GDDR6 Graphics Card (Brand may vary) | 8GB DDR4 RAM 3200 Gaming Memory with Heat Spreader | Windows 11 Home 64-bit
- 802.11 AC | No Bloatware | Graphic output options include 1 x HDMI, and 1 x Display Port Guaranteed, Additional Ports may vary | USB Ports Including...