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.