Suissa Computers builds computers that challenge the idea of what a computer is supposed to look like. Instead of using a metal or plastic for the case, they use woods. The company says that the computers are meant to become heirloom pieces, and their staff is always ready to prepare and install any technological upgrades, according to your needs, and perform maintenance and restoration, if necessary. Think of the difference in appearance between Suissa Computers and standard computers to be the difference between the corner office and a cubicle: each might function well, but you definitely can't beat the view. Prices vary, but the Yasuko model pictured comes in five different wood combinations and costs about $6,900.
[via boing boing]