Teenage Engineering is a company known for designing sleek-looking products including the company’s own audio products and synthesizers as well as designs for third-party hardware including the Playdate handheld game console, H smart speaker, and l-1 camera.

Now the Swedish company has introduced its first PC chassis. The Computer-1 is a striking looking compact case for mini-ITX motherboards with optional handles that make it easy to transport and flat pack design that makes it easy to ship (while allowing you to assemble it like a bit of Ikea furniture.

Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.

Computer-1 mini-ITX PC chassis [Teenage Engineering]

Teenage Engineering’s first PC case is the Computer-1. It’s a $195 chassis made for mini-ITX motherboards & dual-slot graphics cards. It’s 12.7″ x 7.5″ x 6.7″ and features orange-painted aluminum that comes in a flat pack, some assembly required.

The US Copyright Office just struck a blow supporting the right to repair [The Verge]

The US government is expanding the ways it’s legal to circumvent digital locks & access controls in order to repair hardware, use media clips for educational purposes, add subtitles or audio captions for accessibility purposes. But there are still limits.

Protecting your Google Fi calls with end-to-end encryption [Google Fi]

Google Fi is adding support for end-to-end encryption for voice calls… but only for 1:1 calls between two Android users connected to Google Fi, which will likely limit the feature’s reach.

PowerToys Mouse Utilities adds Find My Mouse feature [Microsoft]

Microsoft’s PowerToys v0.49 includes a new “Find My Mouse” tool that lets you double-click the left Ctrl key to spotlight where your mouse cursor is. Could come in handy if you have multiple displays or high-res screens, I guess.

Magic Eraser is no longer exclusive to the Pixel 6 [Android Police]

Google’s Magic Eraser can remove unwanted objects from images in Google Photos. It debuted as a Pixel 6 exclusive feature, but users are reporting that you can trick it into working on non-P6 devices.

‘Project Cambria’ is a high-end VR headset designed for Facebook’s metaverse [Engadget]

Facebook’s Meta‘s next high-end virtual reality headset, code-named Project Cambria, is coming next year. It’s expected to have new sensors for eye tracking and facial expression detection and mixed reality features plus improved optics.

GPD Pocket 3 mini-laptop pricing revealed (maybe) [Liliputing]

Update: GPD Pocket 3 handheld computer will likely have retail prices around $760 to $1200 in China, but it’ll be available for pre-order internationally soon for 30% off through a crowdfunding campaign set to begin soon. 

Update: GPD has revealed US pricing, which will range from $650 for a model with a Celeron N6000 processor to $999 to a Core i7-1195G7 model. The price is $80 higher if you want customizable modules. 

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  1. It’s a square box with an atrocious paint scheme that you’re forced to put together yourself for $200.

    Superb design aesthetic…I must have it!

    I’m still laughing about those “Value Added ” items in the grocery story.

    Funny thing is, most people believe this stuff, but no one seems to believe you when you tell them over 90% of the population are living in delusion.

    When…It’s actually over 99%.

    Steven B.

  2. What would be neat, is a small ( no more than 2 feet wide) portable double theatre monitor (say, 18:9 but doubled to 18 by 18) that folds down like a folding smartphone. Or even folds in. Why? So you can pull down the blinds and project behind to a many foot wide view. Then, you don’t need a huge desk, neither. Btw, the aesthetics of teenage are superb.

  3. Can anyone ID that perfectly square monitor shown in the photo of the Computer-1 on the desk? Is that real or is that just a mockup?

    1. I googled “1:1 monitor” and from what I can tell it’s an EIZO FlexScan. They have a few different square monitors in the 24″-27″ range, not sure which specific one this one is though. Seems like they might be the only square monitor manufacturer out there.

      1. Thanks. I found that EIZO too. Might very well be the only one. I don’t think it’s even for sale.