Everyone loves pasta. It is a cheap source of calories, easy to cook and comes in many pretty shapes, like bow ties. It's so great that, maybe a little unfairly, it has become a little bit labeled as a simple food. Now, thanks to a new pasta-based PC version spotted by Motherboard, these days are finally coming to an end.
The construction is courtesy of YouTuber Laplanet Arts, who embarked on the project after his wife joked about making a PC from pasta … so that's exactly what he did. The machine is based on the hardware of an old Asus Transformer convertible tablet, which it has removed from its old chassis and integrated into a new case entirely composed of lasagna and rigatoni.
Disappointingly, what initially seems to be tomato sauce and melted cheese between each piece of lasagna is actually hot glue painted red. Another bad news, the obsolete specifications of the tablet – besides the fact that it literally coated with pasta That means he has a hard time doing a lot of things, whether it's emulating Game Boy Advance games or even trying to play a movie on Hulu.
Nevertheless, you can not blame Laplanet Arts for trying. He hopes he will do a second try one day so we can use a sweet word game, Mamma Mia, that we have stored.