In the past few years, we have seen many amazing concepts from PC Chassis makers. Out of which, some are indeed noteworthy. However, today we are showing you the first time ever, a PC chassis concept, that is made on a mini rocker BMX.
Yes, you heard it right, a full PC is built upon a bicycle. But let me warn you, this concept PC chassis is loaded with high-end PC hardware. This concept is designed by Russia-based shop Mactepckar Yolenzo. The project is commissioned by Gigabyte (Aorus), Red Bull, and Intel.
Under the hood, let’s make an exception on this. Above the hood, it is loaded with a GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card, a Gigabyte Z590i Aorus ultra motherboard, and the Intel i5-11600K processor. It might be the ideal company for you if you are deciding on riding it to a LAN event and then install the hardware on it.
It won’t disappoint you a bit. The entire hardware is backed by a liquid cooling system and is equipped with an AORUS RGB 32 GB 3733 MHz RAM and the 2TB AORUS Gen4 NVME SSD. Therefore, it is quite certain, having a real bike on your desk, fitted with up-to-date hardware is going to draw a lot of attention.
Unlike some other concept designs, this one is really a masterpiece. But beware, since it is an open PC chassis, you will need to have scheduled maintenance. We might as well wait for this concept to be available in the market for users to get their hands on it.