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Wooden Heirloom PCs


One of the biggest problems with being an EcoGeek is obsolescence.  It sucks for the environment (you have to trash your box every two or three years) and it sucks for the geek (you have to shell out more cash every two or three years.)

But what if that weren't the case.  What if a computer was like an armoire; something could hold on to, cherish, and that would gain value with age.  This is what Suissa Computers is hoping for.  Their line of beautiful, hand-made and sustainable computer cases are designed to be infinitely upgraded.  Now, this doesn't mean that the components of the computer won't become obsolete. But, as long as some things remain standard, a Suissa computer case should last a lifetime. 

I have a hard time imagining that they will achieve heirloom status, the things we now call computers will probably undergo some radical shifts in the way they exist before I have grandchildren.  But anything that avoids obsolescence is brand name viagra top notch ecogeek fare.  And with a package like Suissa is offering, you won't have to think about upgrading for a pretty long time anyhow.
Via TreeHugger 



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written by Caleb, April 17, 2007
I used to tramadol overnight delivery have a really big TV with a wooden console surrounding it. It was meant to be heirloom quality. Within 6 years it looked extremely dated. I chopped it into pieces. It resides in the landfill now. Suissa just reminds me that bad ideas return every 20 years.
Good ideas!
written by Speed Dating, September 19, 2007
Good ideas, need improved.

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