Volta Computer

Jan 24, 2017

Category: Tech

Inspired by the simplistic beauty of handmade and hand-finished hardwood furniture, the Volta Computer may just be the final piece to the design puzzle for your home. It’s built from selectively cut and domestically sourced trees in the United States – making it the first handcrafted wooden computer – and is equipped to handle anything a typically power-user in today’s computer market can throw its way.

From engineering to accomplishing day-to-day work tasks to gaming, the Volta is a modular and highly upgradable piece that’s poised to be relevant for many years to come. It’s made from American hardwood, stands only 5.5 inches tall – perfect to set any standard monitor at eye’s level, – and even stores your keyboard neatly beneath everything resulting in a neat and organized minimalist workstation. It’s available in three popular configurations based on intended use but can also be customized accordingly. Reservations for the Volta start at $2,000. First orders are slated for a March 2017 delivery. [Purchase]

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