Starbucks in your PC. René G. from Munich, Germany, is one of these individuals, a tinkerer and inventor to whom performance and visual style alone have long ago ceased to be sufficient. As a passionate coffee drinker, René G. set a difficult goal for himself, one that took him nearly 80 hours to achieve: through laborious and precise work, he was able to convert a coffee maker into a standard PC shell. A case of extreme modding, if you will. He invested over $3,000 into the components alone. Link.
When The Computer Makes Coffee