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    you guys, i want to build a carputer that no one will steal when i go out of town, the first thing i thought was an alarm. but nothing on my truck is electric. so, i decided to build a mini-itx like these www.mini-itx.com for example so, when passers by see the oven or cardboard cube, they won't give it a second thaught and damn sure wouldn't know that it was a computer in my old beater.

    any whimsical ideas are appreciated to guys this could be fun. thanks
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  • #2
    Just put it in the trunk.
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    • #3
      Oops sorry, you have a truck. Put it under a seat, in the glovebox, anywhere out of sight.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by wi77iam
        Just put it in the trunk.
        I think you misunderstood him, he has a truck!

        What kind of truck do you have?

        If you have the room, I would put the comp in your middle console or your glove compartment.

        It would be out of sight that way!
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        • #5
          Originally posted by acornstu
          you guys, i want to build a carputer that no one will steal when i go out of town, the first thing i thought was an alarm. but nothing on my truck is electric. so, i decided to build a mini-itx like these www.mini-itx.com for example so, when passers by see the oven or cardboard cube, they won't give it a second thaught and damn sure wouldn't know that it was a computer in my old beater.

          any whimsical ideas are appreciated to guys this could be fun. thanks
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          • #6
            Of course, a thief just might think there's something worth stealing in the cardboard box.
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            • #7
              box of tampons or diapers
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