Is this the ultimate desktop PC case?

Moneual Lab's Dual Screen PC Case (DSPC) is probably the best desktop PC case design we've seen for quite some time

Moneual Lab's Dual Screen PC Case (DSPC)

Moneual Lab's Dual Screen PC Case (DSPC)

If you're like us, you're probably suffering tablet fatigue in the wake of a CES packed to the rafters with iPad-wannabes. So it is a breath of fresh air to see this amazing PC case design from Moneual Lab.

The Dual Screen PC Case (DSPC) is a tower desktop PC case equipped with a built-in LCD monitor designed for displaying widgets, such Windows 7 "Gadgets" like clocks, calendars and weather information. It functions just like a normal secondary monitor attached to your PC, and we think it's an attractive way of keeping your primary screen uncluttered while still having access to a range of useful information.

The case was a CES 2011 Innovations Honoree.

Moneual Lab's Dual Screen PC Case (DSPC) will be on sale "by Q3" this year for US$1500 (no word on an Australian distributor sadly).

Oh Gizmo! via Ubergizmo

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