These handmade wooden computer peripherals are the closest thing to heaven on earth

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There is something warm about these handmade external computer drives. They are almost like how God would have created computers. The real charm is that they are made exclusively by two dudes out of Seattle who obviously enjoy woodworking as much as I do.

The drives are for everyone though as they aren’t cheap. I can tell you that it takes a lot of hours to not only construct the piece, but also apply the lasting finish.

Drives start around $100 with the prices ranging depending on the capacity and species of wood. Do yourself a favor and click the link below to check out these beauties. [Etsy via Uncrate]

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