Reading Hardware UK's write up on this ASUS Tytan PC system made it sound pretty cool... but once their review loaded, I was greated by what has to be the UGLIEST computer chassis I've seen in a long time.
To quote Homer Simpson; "Now what I'm with isn't *it*, and what's *it* seems weird and scary to me."
"ASUS pulled out all the stops for this system. Its imposing look matches the impressive hardware inside. And then there is the special 'speed' button on top of the chassis. Press that, and the case literally starts moving. Sides will open up, fans will appear, blue lights turn red, and all that's missing is that trademark Transformer sound. The computer then also engages a turbo mode. It's a sight to behold."
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