Most PC designs tend to look pretty boring. Most of the time they come in black, are boxy, and sometimes can be an eyesore if you’re trying to design a home. However if you’d like to avoid potentially creating an eyesore for yourself, you might be interested in a Kickstarter project for a computer called the Wood Kubb.

As you can see in the video above, the Wood Kubb is basically a PC that has been stuffed inside a carefully crafted and nondescript wooden box. This means that if you did not know any better, you might assume it was just a regular box. This will allow you to place it anywhere in the room and let it blend in with your furniture.

It is also pretty small as it measure 4.7-inches all around. If you use multiple monitors, sandwiching the Wood Kubb in between them should not be an issue either. Its creators are offering up a variety of configurations for the PC, ranging for Intel Core i3 to i5 processors, and allowing up to 16GB of RAM.

Now given its size, it does not allow for a discrete GPU, instead it seems to rely on Intel HD 4400-5000 graphics, so don’t expect a high-performance gaming rig from this. However if you think that it is good enough for what you want, hit up its Kickstarter page for the details and to pledge your support.

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