• Sep 18th 2010 at 9:28AM
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Camaro PC – Click above for image gallery

Although it might not qualify as "revolutionary," we can certainly describe it as "eye candy meets robust technology." That's what you get here in the guise of a 20-inch-long Camaro model turned into a personal computer. A hood ornament serves as the power switch, working headlights and taillights indicate you're up and running, and DVDs slot into the front bumper.

A full array of ports is out back, and along with your dual-core Atom chip you can rev up to 8 GB of RAM, a 500 GB hard drive and Windows 7 Home Premium. There are eight color choices, but your $1,239.99 does not include a keyboard, monitor or mouse, so just as with the real Camaro you might want to make sure you have some dosh left over for accessories. A full array of photos is in the gallery below. Hat tip to Scot S.

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