To say that the Scooterputer is a desktop is somewhat a travesty – instead, this unique computing solution is literally a computer you can drive around on. Of course, this will not be available from any manufacturers out there since it is a custom case from modder Stephen Popa. Boasting a Thermaltake Element V case that holds promising gaming power within, it will be placed on a 24v rechargeable electric scooter which has been specially stretched by another 11 inches to leave some room for the computer. Underneath the hood lies an Intel i7 processor, 4GB RAM, an NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 graphics card, a trio of RAIDed hard drives, USB 3.0 port, a dual layer DVD burner, and a Thermaltake TR2 1200 Watt power supply which is water cooled with a Thermaltake Big water 850I kit.
Definitely not a gaming powerhouse by its own right, it can still hold a candle to most modern games. Other road safety features include a working brake light, variable speed throttle, horn, front halogen headlight, LED ground effects and working parking lamps. How’s this for style as you show up at the next LAN party down the block, riding on your gaming rig?
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