This Is The First PC Powered By Gasoline In The World
Harin - Nov 08, 2019
The PC analyzes the fuel’s state and diagnoses the car’s overall condition while it will consume some gas fluid at the same time.
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English Russia reported that this special PC is deployed to work on fuel that is connected directly to the gas tank of the car. Well, apparently, the PC analyzes the fuel’s state and diagnoses the car’s overall condition. At the same time, it will consume some gas fluid while not exploding and killing everyone around. Below are pictures that show how the whole process works. However, you can’t spot in these pictures any monitor, mouse or keyboard. You can’t see the whole process in action either. The backside seems to be fishy while there isn’t any obvious combustion engine. So what’s your opinion on this gasoline-powered computer? And at some point, will this PC detonate?
The whole process seems weird and unreal since we all know how PC does not normally run on gasoline. Just a few days ago, we reported that One Laptop Per Child released OLPC XO-1 to introduce such devices to children around the world, including those in poorer nations. The PC costs Rs 3,548.