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Volta Computer

When buying a computer, you normally have two choices: buy something that looks good, or buy something that's upgradable. With the Volta V Computer, you don't have to choose. Its unibody chassis is cut from American hardwood, precision-machined, and then assembled and finished by hand. The components inside are laid out on a single level, protected by a magnetically-attached lid that makes upgrades and repairs easy. And its 5.5-inch height makes it not only ideal as a monitor stand but also lets you store your keyboard underneath. Available with a wide range of components, and with your choice of a bamboo or walnut case.

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