When it comes to the traditional PC chassis, most of us would think of it as a regular square or rectangle case. Of course, those who prefer to custom build their PC from scratch would have better looking chassis, but how many of them come in a zany form factor? The Mouse Box for example, is a unique PC chassis that looks like a wireless mouse – albeit coming in a far larger form factor, of course.
The Mouse Box would pack a pair of USB 3.0 ports that are located on the front, and this is not any other regular input device. There will be a quad-core ARM processor located underneath the hood that has been clocked at 1.4GHz, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity thrown into the mix, alongside 128GB of internal memory. Not only that there will be a wireless HDMI receiver as well to make sure that it remains as wireless as possible. The Mouse Box team intends to come up with a mouse pad which will sport an inductive charger, which means there is no need to power this bad boy using another cable – just park it on your mouse pad, and you’re good to go.
The Mouse Box, of course, is a concept as at press time, although it would be interesting to see whether it can make it to the real world.