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French Maid Desktop PC Case

By: on February 04, 2012

Ok, guys, here's your mannequin. Now all you need is a couple of brassieres and the skills imparted by Gary and Wyatt to send you from single and living alone to Konichiwa, mon amour. I am at your service. This French Maid desktop PC case ships directly to American soil from the sweetly twisted minds of Japan. Hardware isn't included, but we figure users would much rather have a go at combining their mad intellectual prowess with their slightly raunchy imaginations, building and programming the Mini-ITX motherboard themselves.

Maids come draped in two versions of sexy: white stockings, black skirt, white lace trim and apron; or black stockings, black skirt, white satin apron and petticoat, white cuffs. Other technical specs for the motherboard: 3" x 3.5" hard disk and 1 slim-type CD drive (see photo for sample).

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