Somebody made a Tesla Cybertruck Case for Intel NUCs

Let’s start the week on a light note… So last week, Tesla announced the Cybertruck, the first electric SUV from the company, and to be honest, at first I had to check whether I was reading the Onion or Babylon Bee because of the unconventional design of the chassis. But it’s real.

Mass production is expected for the end of 2020, beginning of 2021, but you can have a miniature version (sort of) much earlier, as MyElectronics designed the CyberNUC, a stainless steel case for all 4″x4″ NUCs that closely follows the shape of the Cybertruck.

CyberNUC Cybertruck Case for Intel NUC's
Intel NUC not Included!

We even have some specs for the CyberNUC:

  • Compatible with  NUC 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 families
  • Stainless steel body
  • Two screws to fit your NUC in the case
  • Weight – 1 Kg
  • Dimensions – L 266 x W 149 x H 88 mm

You might ask: “but why?”. And indeed it serves no purpose whatsoever and may make cabling slightly more cumbersome with the cables going out from the rear window.  It’s just a fun case.

CyberNUCIf you want to have fun you’ll have to spend 121 Euros including VAT (100 Euros without VAT), but you’ll be glad to learn that shipping is free worldwide. All 4″ x 4″ NUC’s will be supported, but to make sure you could also check if it’s in the list of supported NUC’s.

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4 years ago

Much easier to wipe off the dead cyclists if there aren’t any little curves for them to get into.

4 years ago

What’s the range? Oh yeah, and don’t throw anything at it.

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