Cute Bandai Gundam Haro Robot PC Case

Posted: Aug 12 2004, 4:33am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:48pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
Cute Bandai Gundam Haro Robot PC Case
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Bandai announces PC case in the shape of a Anime character.

The Haro PC case measures 40cm in diameter and weighs 5kg. It can open and close the ears with a remote. It can move and talk like the anime character. The size of a PC to put into the Haro is max: 172×180x260mm.

Orders are taken now in Japan. Shipment is starting in mid October. Only 1000 pieces will be made of the Real Size Haro PC case. The price is a bit steep with 99,800yen (~900USD).
More details in Bandai Networks Press-Release and on Bandai's lalabitmarket.

See also Gundam Toys.



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