May 10, 2005
Life can be hard for married computer enthusiasts (as certain Mini-ITX editors are surely about to learn).
Mark Pepper discovered that living under the crushing jackboot of female tyranny meant he wasn't allowed to let trailing wires, miscellaneous components, dusty beige boxes or whirring mechanicals spoil the tasteful haven of his family living area. Unbelievable... he probably doesn't even get respect for being able to balance a pint of beer on his nose or hit the ceiling when clipping his toenails. Fortunately, in a valiant counterattack for males the world over, Mark came up with a scheme to stash at least one PC into the living room. Meet the cunningly camouflaged "Frame" - a Mini-ITX project that qualifies as wall art.
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