(Credit: Scan UK)
We suppose, in a sense, that this officially licensed and configurable TARDIS PC from Scan UK could be thought of as being bigger on the inside.
The 11th Doctor's TARDIS can now fly you into cyberspace. Scan UK has launched a PC shaped like the iconic blue police call box — and to be configured to the user's specifications.
Built to scale out of brushed aluminium, the chassis is assembled from 45 pieces and finished, Scan said, in the TARDIS' official Pantone blue.
But what's inside the box? The base specs, which come in at £935.99 (AU$1431.58), are pretty basic:
Dr Who TARDIS PC Chassis
Intel Pentium G2120 dual core, 3.1GHz
Gigabyte GA-H61N-USB3, Intel H61
8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600MHz
500GB Western Digital HDD
300W be quiet! BN133 SFX Micro-ATX PSU
Sony Blu-ray Writer
- Microsoft Windows 7 Premium 64bit
Maxed out, it has an Intel Core i7 3770s quad-core processor, 16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3, 2GB XFX HD 6670 800MHz GPU graphics card, 480GB Corsair Force Series 3 hard drive and Windows 8, coming in at £1933.16 (AU$2957.32). Pretty hefty dollars for something you won't even be able to do any high-end gaming on.
And for something that embodies the ability to go anywhere, or any-when in the universe, official Doctor Who-licensed goods sure have a hard time travelling around our tiny blue planet — the TARDIS PC is available only to customers in the UK.