As desktops get smaller and smaller, manufacturers are trying to find ways of making them more appealing for any stylish pad. It’s a fact that computers don’t really fit into stylish living rooms. In fact, they tend to stick out like sore thumbs. To overcome with this problem Taiwanese manufacturer ECS has come up with an innovative PC-in-a-vase. It’s actually an interesting glimpse into the future, when we will want to hide the PC and have it mesh more with our environment.
The PC-in –a-vase is embedded with a pretty good system configuration: with an Intel Atom 230 processor, including NVIDA ION graphics, a 2.5-inch HDD, 1GB of RAM and a Blu-Ray drive that opens up. It also has room for a couple of USB ports, Ethernet and HDMI plugs on the bottom of the vase, which keeps the main body uninterrupted other than the tray-loading drive, so no risk of wires hanging around. Because of the low-power components used in this PC, ECS has put a fully functioning nettop computer into a vase. It’s an easy way to decorate your living room without messing up the decor. This is the type of computer that will not look out of place in a mansion but it will definitely look pretentiously stylish.