The "G4 Cube PC"
It even has the heritage of G4 Cube. The "power
brick" is a good evidence.
The VIA CPU is underneath the small cooling
fan. It would be even "cooler" if I could find the
500MHz Eden fanless processor version. No luck, I finally
settled with this 800MHz C3 processor version.
In order to fit with the VIA mainboard,
I had to use a wire cutting machine to cut out a rectangular
area so that all the ports can protrude out of the casing.
As you can see from the above pictures, the
"power brick" is very close to the Cube due to the
short wire length. I am finding an extension cable so that
I can put the power brick far far away. Currently it is quite
noisy. Oh well, it is not as noisy as my Windows XP workstation,
but since it looks extremely like an Apple G4 Cube, I thought
it shouldn't be noisier than a Cube. Install a ghostly power
light. Hey, it looks cool even just act as a power indicator.
Connect a slot loading internal DVD-ROM drive that was meant
to be a replacement part for G4 Cube or iMac to the Cube,
once I find the correct adapter...