Signature Samurai's Mountain-Shredding Snowboard PC [Video]

Ken Fowles, Microsoft's "Signature Samurai" and the guy responsible for running the Microsoft Signature lab, showed a fully functioning desktop PC made out of an Arbor 158 snowboard!Ken's snowboard PC is packing somewhat older hardware -- a Core2Duo processor with 4GB of RAM and a several-years-old GPU, but he's in the process of upgrading it […]

Ken Fowles, Microsoft's "Signature Samurai" and the guy responsible for running the Microsoft Signature lab, showed a fully functioning desktop PC made out of an Arbor 158 snowboard!

Ken's snowboard PC is packing somewhat older hardware -- a Core2Duo processor with 4GB of RAM and a several-years-old GPU, but he's in the process of upgrading it with a Core i7 quad-core processor, 8GB RAM and NVIDIA GTX 460 powering a Viewsonic 3D display. My favorite part -- the fact that you have to start it by short-circuiting it with a key or other metal object -- will fortunately stay the same.

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