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A company has come up with a radical new concept for making "an old PC an object of consumers' interest"... by banging a UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) underneath the PC box.

This saves a "lot of space and reduces or even totally removes cable connections" and is designed by a compny called Atelab, whose Web site reveals scant details about the company's location, prior successes or telephonic contact details.

With the UPS+ box concept, for which Atelab provides pictures in case you're confused about how it may work, the copany appears craftily re-engineered a UPS to clip onto the bottom of the main PC unit.

Email the company, if you are interested in investing in this concept. Other exciting developments from this research pioneer include a modular lighting system which promises glare-free lighting (currently available for licensing). ®

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