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This London house conceals an interstellar secret

This London house conceals an interstellar secret
This London house conceals an interstellar secret

The London property market is decidedly strong right now, but this huge Crystal Palace pile has something that most rival houses don’t: a spaceship.

The 11-bedroom Victorian property’s current owners have decorated it in a pretty tame style – except for one room in the attic, which has been done up in the style of a Blake’s 7 1970s sci-fi cockpit, complete with pilot and co-pilot seats and computer monitors. We reckon it’d be the best place to play Elite or Eve Online in the world. And a snip at £3,250,000.

[Source: Rightmove via Time Out]

HP reveals upcoming Chromebox

HP reveals upcoming Chromebox

HP has announced that it will launch a Chromebox computer this spring (in the US, at least). The compact device (think the original Apple TV in terms of size) will turn any TV into a Google Chrome PC, allowing you to browse the web, use Chromecast, and access Google Drive and Play.

HP has not revealed detailed specs or pricing for its Chromebook yet, but it will have an Intel Core i7 processor, four USB ports, HDMI, DisplayPort, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

[Source: HP via SlashGear]

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