Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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"Donut" PC

A PC, shaped like everyone's favorite pastry.
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With all of the problems modern rectangular-box computers have with cooling, why doesn't someone make them in the shape of a donut, with a fan in the center and the components radiating out from it? Simple, even cooling...
bananafish, Jan 02 2003


       thats not our favourite pastry BTW   

       but that is not a criticism of your idea, I don't know enough about the subject. mine crashed again today :(
po, Jan 02 2003

       Sorry, shouldn't have assumed that everyone else has the same yeast-risen, glazed monkey on their backs that I do. :)
bananafish, Jan 02 2003

       CROISSANT - clue for you
po, Jan 02 2003

       This is *The* preeminent Croissant-aware site on the Internet. It is sacrilige to compare a donut to everyone in the halfbakery's favo(u)rite pastry. Fishbone.
thumbwax, Jan 02 2003

       Croissants are best served warm, which will further hinder the cooling process.
kpx, Jan 02 2003

       I sense the aroma of a follow-on idea half-baking in someone's head.
krelnik, Jan 02 2003

       Yes, even though I love donuts, I think that to say it is the favourite of HalfBakery's users is heresy. (sp?)   

       What if the computer spins around, expelling...the heat...by centrifugal force..?
TahuNuva, Jan 22 2008

       You could have stationary hard disk platters with the read heads and the rest of the computer rotating around them.
Srimech, Jan 22 2008

       //I don't know enough about the subject. mine crashed again today //
A crashed donut is a sad pastry.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Jan 22 2008


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