Jeffery Stephenson makes custom computers, and one of his latest, G-metric Nano
caught our eye. We love the inlaid wood design on top, which he said was inspired by a 1930s Max Factor compact.
Also impressive is the tiny design, which he accomplished using a minuscule motherboard (a Nano ITX, to be exact.) Inside a powerful computer is housed, with 1GB of memory and a DVD burner.
We've had custom PCs in our household before, but never something of this craftsmanship. Bravo to Jeffery
to combining his love of hardware with his carpentry prowess. Would you prefer a handmade computer over a mass-produced design?