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Discover Germany | Design | Inkubus

One cube is all you need

Chunky desktop PCs are usually loud, not very nice to look at and not very practical. Essen-based start-up Inkubus came up with a pretty and powerful alternative: a cube-shaped mini PC that effortlessly integrates itself into any design environment.

are no openings or ports on the visible sides, the monolithic and sculptural Inkubus is usually not identified as a PC at first glance. Moreover, the noise values of an Inkubus only reach 0.15 to 0.6 sone and are therefore similar to your own breathing. Every single case is 100 per cent handcrafted in Germany, which gives customers the freedom to choose from a range of manufacturing materials, more than 4,500 colours and any additional design features such as pedestals or floating effects. Due to the high-quality workmanship, Inkubus also offers a four-year warranty. www.inkubus.de

TEXT: SONJA IRANI | PHOTOS: INKUBUS

rior design efforts instead of people regarding it as a disposable object that is most likely to be concealed.” The advantages of the mini PC are at hand: with an edge length of only 207 milimetres, the Inkubus is significantly smaller than the classic tower and thus more practical and space saving. Since there

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Made from wood or Perspex, the Inkubus combines the processing power and the various ports of a classic tower with an individually chosen design.“We wanted to create a design object that is truly unique to every user,” explains Sebastian Voß, cofounder of Inkubus. “It is our mission to make the PC an integral part of your inte-

Giant sized and cuddly

“For children only the best is good enough” www.steiff.com

Discover Germany, Issue 33, December 2015  

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