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.

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