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September 5, 2010

Windows Home Server built into Fine Furniture

at 10:18 am. Filed under Computer Hacks

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Check out this great Windows Home Server built into Fine Furniture build over at Once Around the Block. The build is broken down into build post 1, 2 and 3. The finished system looks great but I think my favorite feature is the power on light which is an edge lit piece of plastic that has been inserted into the edge of a drawer. The power on button has also been hidden inside the drawer.

“The server build was completed by fitting the Samsung hard drive behind the power supply. I made some mounting brackets out of right angled metal brackets I found at the hardware store (they are actually “concealed perlin cleats”). They allow enough height for me to eventually add a second hard drive underneath the first, although at this stage that space is filled with the surplus power supply cables.”



 

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5 Responses to “Windows Home Server built into Fine Furniture”

  1. dual monitor Says:

    I’m certain that we’re going to start seeing more and more of this type of computer/server. As the PC becomes more and more part of our home, people are going to try and make it pretty.

  2. sariel Says:

    I’m waiting for pc in a wall to take off. all controlled via wireless wall-top.

  3. Fritzler Says:

    Isnt it a little bit hot inside with only the 80mm fan blowing in/out?

    But nice case, my server has a normal desktop case and is standing on the closet…

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