Thanks to ZDNet. There’s a company called Recompute that makes PC cases out of cardboard. The case is made of cardboard strips that are held together by a non-toxic glue. I know what you’re thinking. The cardboard case will be a great fire log. In actuality, the cardboard case ignition point is 800 degrees Fahrenheit. The honeycomb-like design also diffuses heat. The motherboard and power supply are separated in two chambers to minimize overheating.
With global warming and the oceans rising, the only question left is, will the cardboard case float? Is it waterproof?