World's most outrageous PC cases

We have PCs packed into pianos, barbecue grills, gas pumps, and whisky bottles--and that doesn't even scratch the surface. Check out these 20 wild, working pieces of PC art.

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<h2>Katsuya Matsumura's Miss Kana</h2><br><br> Japanese modder Katsuya Matsumura's Miss Kana case mod was featured in the May 2004 edition of Monthly PC-DIY, and inspired by drawings by Kanna Higashi. <br><br> Matsumura ultimately decided to name this manga mod after Higashi, while dropping an "n" from her name. <br><br> Miss Kana, which is made of painted styrene foam and sculpted clay on a frame constructed of vinyl chloride pipes, has a 1GHz VIA C3 Nehemiah processor and a 12GB laptop hard drive. The PC parts are located in Miss Kana's back and hair. <br><br> Not a lot of beef here, but what Miss Kana lacks in substance, she makes up for in style. <br><br> Check out Matsumura's [[xref:|Miss Kana worklog|Miss Kana worklog]] for more details. <br><br> <b>Photo:</b> Katsuya Matsumura

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