Doctor Who: fancy an official TARDIS PC?
Fancy a desktop PC, built into a (not actual size) replica of the TARDIS?
If you're still looking for some Yuletide inspiration, then you might want to cast your eyes in the direction of this creation from Scan Computers. It's been developed in conjunction with the BBC, and is a fully working computer, built into a TARDIS case. Our favourite bit about it? That'd probably be the disc tray popping out of the top of it. We like that.
It's not the cheapest computer you'll ever buy, with the price coming in at just shy of £1000. But clearly an awful lot of work has gone into this, as you can see over at Scan's website, where it details how the build came together. 45 individual pieces of brushed aluminium are used in the construction of each TARDIS case, and the details are exact, right down to the Pantone colour used to paint it with.
Here are some pictures of the computer itself. And you can find out more at Scan, here.
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