Geiger counter case mod

Case mods are aplenty, but how many of those actually stand out from the rest? It takes a whole lot of creativity and passion to come up with something unconventional and unexpected, and I would say that the Geiger counter case mod fulfills both criteria. While the specifications inside aren’t anything to shout about (300MHz processor, 256MB RAM, 4GB flash drive), it will definitely draw the attention of most folk who look at it. It would be cool if it actually worked – Bruce Banner would go nuts by the ticking it produces, he’d turn green before Windows 98 boots up…



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