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Has 3:15 ever looked so foxy? The German-made Harddisc-Uhr (er, shouldn't that be "Harddisk?") adapts just enough disk drive innards and Compaq power supply to coat our mouths in geek-spittle. The platter spins the hour while the minutes creep ever so slowly along the horizontal actuator arm. Practical? No, but we'd go to the mat for first dibs.

[Via Hackaday]

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