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May 5, 2003 — The past years have seen a lot of change in computer case design. As with any mass market items, people want to have choices and be different from the rest.

Sometimes you can see a reflection of the persons identity or heritage in a computer casing choice or design. A Japanese company now developed a case using a material which has been in use in Japan for centuries... [link http://www.lupo.co.jp/develop/ccpc/ccpcbox_index.html]paper[/link].

Link via [link http://www.tweakers.net/nieuws/26825/]tweakers.net[/link]

Dylan says:

Ok, now that's cool. It's probably [i]much[/i] lighter too. Maybe this is their way of getting the older, stuffier, technology-hating generation into using computers. "Look, grandpa, it's just paper!"

Here's [link http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/urltrurl?lp=ja_en&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.lupo.co.jp%2Fdevelop%2Fccpc%2Fccpcbox_main.html&frame=random]the BabelFish loose translation of the page[/link] for those who can't read Japanese.

Aesopian says:

I want a tupperware case now.

Dylia says:

I want a case shaped like a jack-o'-lantern! I don't really care what it is made of, as long as it is round and orange. The cd tray can come out of the jack-o'-lantern's mouth and the power button can be in his nose.

Dylan says:

Just saw [link http://www4.justnet.ne.jp/~kat/pc/pccase.htm]these wacky cases[/link] today from a link over at Slashdot.

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