This microwave-turned-PC, dating from CES 2003, may rate with most creative PC cases of all time.
The door has been outfitted with an LED screen, and the motherboard is inside -- leaving no room for food, unfortunately. Don't worry about the PC's internals getting fried, though. All of the buttons on the microwave have been rewired to control the computer.
Accessories include a slot DVD drive in the top of the microwave, and the power supply, cable connectors and vents have been installed in the back.
But can it cook a pizza roll if you overclock it?