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Mona Lisa remade with motherboard components

Posted on Sunday, November 15 2009 @ 12:25:36 CET by

Wired spotted a tribute to Leonardo da Vinci in ASUS' headquarters in Taiwan, it's a Mona Lisa created from old motherboard and computer chip parts.
Asus designers reportedly dreamed up this Mona Lisa. The work represents two things: a reminder of the technology that Asus built its fortune on and the company’s ethos to encourage and support “any kind of crazy ideas.”


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Re: Mona Lisa remade with motherboard components
by Anonymous on Sunday, November 15 2009 @ 22:42:25 CET
I sure Asus gets enough RMAs to build several more of these. Maybe Asus should focus more on quality control.


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