A funny thing happens when you start shrinking PC components down to the point where they can fit into thin and light laptops like the Asus Eee PC 1008HA. You start to realize that you can fit them inside all sorts of small cases. Like a toy car, for example.

The folks at Engadget spotted a shiny little toy Ferrari that at first they mistook for a VHS rewinder. But it actually has a full PC packed inside, including an Intel Atom processor, an optical disc drive, and a DVI output.

The PC isn’t for sale, and probably won’t ever be. But case maker Kimpro put it together to demonstrate their prowess to the geek crowds at the Computex trade show in Taiwan.

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