The Inquirer is reporting that HP will offer PCs with aluminum cases, windows, and cathode lights this holiday season. It should be interesting to see HP's PCs, which are pretty ugly for even a large OEM, embrace a more stylish look that enthusiasts have been sporting for years. It was bound to happen eventually, and I'm actually surprised it's taken this long.
If Joe Sixpack can pick up a glowing, windowed, aluminum-clad system from HP, the modding community will have to raise the bar to continue to differentiate itself. With HP on board, could aluminum become the new beige?
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