Datamancer is selling his incredible "Archbishop" hand-made PC on eBay. Bidding starts at $7,000.
This auction is for the one-of-a-kind "Archbishop" Gothic PC built by the popular steampunk fabricator and artist, Richard R. Nagy a.k.a "Datamancer" of www.datamancer.net, whose work has been featured on Newsweek, the N.Y. Times, the Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, ForbesLife, The Robb Report, IEEE Spectrum and many other publications.
The Archbishop is a full, 4-piece desktop combo. Included is the intricately hand-crafted wood-and-stained-glass PC case which houses a mid-level gaming PC with Athlon dual-core processor, a 20" LG LCD built into a gothic arch with stained glass doors, a polished brass keyboard with wooden faceplate, cloth cord, quatrefoil design, and genuine antique typewriter keys, and lastly, a Wacom drawing tablet (with both pen and mouse) that is hidden within a gorgeous antique book with a hidden compartment for peripherals.
It's the perfect communications nerve center for The Bishop: