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Star Wars R2D2 Computer Case Mod
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February 14, 2016
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I am a huge fan of DIY projects. I even have a couple of websites devoted to this sort of thing. As readers here will know, I am also a fan of Star Wars. So when a project like this comes along, it's going to capture my attention. This is such an awesome project for a custom case for his little boy. I love R2D2 (most people do, right?) and I've also noticed that kids really take to the little guy, same as kids of today fall in love with BB-8. There's something about a little beeping droid that kids can identify with, especially when they often become the hero in a situation. I know I would have LOVED a computer case like this when I was 7.

So this Star Wars R2D2 modded computer case was built by a dad with and for his 7 year old son. He posts how they love to play Battlefront together and how he was his son's age when "A New Hope" came out. It's a fun moment between father and son and also a really cool Star Wars fan build so we just have to share it with you.

Check out the images of this build below:

Star Wars R2D2 Computer Case mod.

How awesome is that? Seriously, is this guy the coolest dad around or what?

Some commenters are giving him crap about the small details, cord management, case features, etc. but I think that's because they're imagining using this themselves. I have a 7-year-old and I can tell you that this case would be more than sufficient for her gaming and computer needs. If I was building a custom case for myself, I might want a few more bells and whistles but it's superb for a kid's case. Well done, dad!

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