Back in the day, the only way to game with your mates was to lug your pc to their house, set up network and LAN. This meant 2 trips to the car and back to get the pc and the screen. To halve the journey time, I decided to strap my screen to the side of my gaming box. To ensure that the screen does not get damaged in transit, I made a cover to protect it.
I have used the case now for more than seven years. The innards has changed many times.
|PC with the cover on, ready to travel|
|PC with the cover off ready to game|
|The handle is wrapped in rope to protect your hand|
|The top sides swivel to the sides releasing the screen top|
|The screen lifts and tip forward, revealing the PC insides|
|The open box|
|The screen's transformer got strapped outside to lower the inside heat.|
|The straps that hold the cover is fastened to the bottom. The front feet is higher, tilting the box and the screen backward.|
|The bottom has gaps open allowing for better air flow. Through this a sata power and data connector can be accessed, for an external hard drive.|
|The Gaming PC ready to rock!|