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HP Blackbird 002

After HP acquired boutique computer maker VoodooPC in 2006, the IT giant used its new acquisition to craft a high-powered luxury gaming PC. As a result, HP introduced the following year the Blackbird 002, complete with a "VoodooDNA" label on the case. An all-aluminum chassis and a cast-aluminum foot highlight the exterior design, which also hides its disc drives in between the case's ridges and a row of ports and media card readers under a pop-up panel. The inside of the expensive desktop was almost as gorgeous, thanks to VoodooPC's liquid cooling scheme and expertly organized cables and components.


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