The "Waffle Iron PC"
August 05, 2005

Philip Nerges' "Waffle Iron PC"

Philip Nerges wanted something retro but with a futuristic feel for his Mini-ITX project. He also loves chrome. So when he chanced upon a waffle iron in an antique store, he knew he had the perfect subject. An EPIA M10000 Mini-ITX motherboard, 160GB Hard Drive, some EL wire and Fedora Core 2 later, and he had created...

Philip Nerges' "Waffle Iron PC"

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