Steampunk Computer: The Timekeeper

It’s no secret to anyone who has read this blog for any length of time that I love computers and the internet. Steampunk wouldn’t be the vibrant and well connected community that it is without it, so computers and their accessories are, as a result, some of my favorite modifications to feature here.

Steampunk modified computers are hardly inexpensive, however. The skills required to build and modify a computer are not common knowledge, and messing up with something like computer become a very expensive and unproductive hobby.

There is a new listing on Etsy that features a relatively inexpensive computer modified in the Steampunk aesthetic that has attracted my attention. It’s super shiny:

Created by John Dunn, The Timekeeper computer costs 1,099 USD (plus shipping) and is really quite impressive. Though I’m not at the point in my life where a desktop would fulfill all of my computing needs, this is certainly something I will keep on the radar if that day comes.

You can buy The Timekeeper here on Etsy.

2 comments on “Steampunk Computer: The Timekeeper

  1. Larry says:

    This is so cool. I would love my computer to look like this.

  2. At some point, those who win are those who think they are able to.
    There’s no time for cut-and-dried monotony. There’s time for work. And time for love. That leaves few other time!

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