Luxury PCs for the curio cabinet

China's Eazo makes high-end, lacquer-finished computers at outrageous prices.

Eazo

This is really just amateur hour compared with the platinum, gold, and diamonds of Zeus Computer , but these desktops aren't exactly something you'll find at Office Depot either. And frankly, we think they look a lot better than their bejeweled counterparts.

The luxury PCs from China-based Eazo feature magnesium alloy cases finished in Chinese lacquer, making them worthy of display in a museum cabinet with mother-of-pearl inlays. At what qualifies for the "low end"--$45,500--the X70 model comes with a "3GHz Q9550 Core 2 Quad processor, two Nvidia 8800GTX graphics cards, 4GB of RAM, light-up liquid cooling, a 10,000rpm 150GB drive, 7,200rpm 500GB drive, 7.1-channel sound, and Windows Vista Ultimate," according to BornRich. But don't worry: If you're not satisfied with these run-of-the-mill specs, you can also roll your own system for $70,000.

About the author

    Mike Yamamoto is an executive editor for CNET News.com.

     

    Join the discussion

    Conversation powered by Livefyre

    Show Comments Hide Comments