This is an officially licensed TARDIS computer case for sale by British computer retailer Scan. The systems are fully configurable but the base starts at £936 (~$1,511) for an Intel Pentium 3.1GHz Dual Core processor, 8GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive. That's not a lot of bang for your coconuts. It's a shame they don't sell the case by itself, but I guess that's how they get you. Get = price gouge, just so we're clear. That said, I already have a computer that looks like something else. See? "That looks like a regular laptop." But if I turn it ON IT'S SIDE like this. "I still don't get it." It's a book!
Thanks to Owen, who just configured a $4,000 version and added it to the top of his Christmas list. Ahahahaha, Santa doesn't know computers!
This is an $80 desktop mini fridge that looks like a TARDIS from ThinkGeek. Don't want to keep your food cold? No worries, it also has a warming function. Of course leaving a sandwich on your desk is a FREE warming function. But not tuna -- no, not tuna. You leave a tuna s... / Continue →
Remember the conceptual Dr. Who TARDIS ring from jeweler Pathetic Peripatetic? Well now it's a real ring he'll actually make you. Not cheap though -- no, not cheap. No word if he's willing to use pieces of broken marbles instead of gems to help keep the cost down.
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Remember that picture of the TARDIS refrigerator with no other information? Well it turns out it was made by artist/engineers B.E.Johnson & Joy Alyssa Day and they'll make one to fit your fridge for the low, low price of $185. Plus it doesn't come with the Christmas lights in... / Continue →