July 21, 2005
Already skilled in the art of shoehorning surprising components into unassuming locations, Peter Watson was driven to create the Mini-ITX Supra after seeing Clarre Strand's various HTPC projects. By all accounts it wasn't an easy ride, and Peter managed to turn a few hacksaw blades into a very special kind of hot rod before it was done. But the result is a Toyota EPIA 800 hybrid with enough horsepower to serve up Peter's webpages and work as a modem/router.
Maybe the only cylinders are found on the hard disks, but we think it's wheely cool (oh dear)
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