The general design approach to computers is all about sleek curves, plastic, and metal, but designer Jean-Christophe Agobert has shown that there is another way with his latest project now raising funds on Kickstarter. It’s the Wood Kubb, a computer with all of its works inside a small block of wood.
The Wood Kubb will come in a variety of different customizable versions, with either Intel Core i3 or i5 processors and up to 16 gigabytes of RAM. What it doesn’t come with is a monitor, keyboard, or mouse, but if you’re a carpentry buff maybe you can carve your own out of walnut or something.
Of course, it’s all academic if the Wood Kubb computer doesn’t hit its fundraising goal on Kickstarter here, where pre-orders on the product start at $500. You’ve got a little over a month left to participate in the Kickstarter campaign, and it’s a little over halfway to reaching its fundraising goal, so stay tuned.