You surely can’t get any greener than this – a PhD student from Texas came up with a cardboard computer chassis that could possibly enter production in order to reduce computer waste in the long run. Known as the Recompute case, student Brenden Macaluso is now starting to think of ways to market his invention to major computer manufacturers. We wonder whether this is fire-proof or not, and is it able to hold up to the rigors of heavy handed computing? After all, what happens when you transport this and it gets knocked around, being more than just dented – in fact, having a new hole (or two) torn? Guess that is something Macaluso will have to think of.
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