Euskal Encounter 2006
From July 22nd through July 25th, computer enthusiasts descend on the Bilbao Exhibition Centre for Spain's oldest, large scale computer/LAN party-Euskal Encounter 2006. According to the event's Web site, Euskal Encounter 2006 was prepared for more than 5,700 attendees with a network for over 3,500 computers, a 2 Gbps Internet connection, and over 35,000 square meters of floor space in the Bilbao Exhibition Centre.
While attending Euskal Encounter 2006, Webshots member katxikamo, snapped pictures from the show floor and captured dozens of serious computer case mods. From aliens to aluminum cases, these wild mods are definitely not your everyday computer cases.
Compiled and captions by Bill Detwiler
© Webshots - katxikamo
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