It's one of the (many) fun parts about big trade shows. Among the serious stuff, the press conferences and the hands-ons, you come across some of the weird, wonderful and downright insane. Put these two into the latter category.
These ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers) certified custom PCs are on show for everyone to look at in wonder. The first is some kind of mad transformer that looks like a normal(ish) black case when closed up, but that has panels on it that open up and move about given the room to do so.
And then there's the 'hog.' A massive unit that's been designed to resemble a motorcycle engine, exhausts included.
They're just eye candy, but they're too ridiculous not to share. Check them out in the gallery below.
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