That's Photochop. You can tell because there's a slight glare on the lower left-hand corner (you can't see it in this pic, but it is there. I just know it) that shouldn't be there. Plus, the guy did a horrible job of masking it. By golly, that's the worst photoshop job I've ever seen. My little three-year old brother could do a better job
Everyone thinks they're a comedian.
Now, now...you can clearly see that there's plenty of room on the desk for a flat-panel monitor, keyboard, mouse, and a small collection of Reader's Digest condensed books!LeeNetworX said:
Looks sweet - just seems like it would take up too much desktop space. :shrug
The rear panel is probably inside the tank. If i had to guess, i'd say that the bottom of the tank is cut so that you can pull off the entire top of the tank, leaving behind the computer portion mounted to the base. You plug everything in with the tank off, then feed the cables out through a hole in the back of it. Looks like a nice piece of work. i couldn't find anything that said it it was an actual tank, but i'm betting it's custom-molded plastic or 'glas instead.Vastar said:
Maybe I'm just not seeing it, but where is the rear panel located? In the main big pic of the Think Tank link you can see a cord running to the back of the tank. But when I look at the rear shot of the tank they have, I can't see a rear panel. Maybe the it's just blended well into the black....
007 said:It's better than if the tables were turned and Microsoft made a motorcycle. I wouldn't want to crash twice a day. :rolleyes :laughing