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Cayce Pollard Units, or CPUs, are a way of describing a minimalist efficient funtional anti-fashion aesthetic with no logos. First entered into existence in William Gibson's Pattern Recognition.<ref>Gibson, William. "Bitch", in Pattern Recognition. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2003. p. 8</ref>
  
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Definition

Cayce Pollard Units, or CPUs, are a way of describing a minimalist efficient funtional anti-fashion aesthetic with no logos. First entered into existence in William Gibson's Pattern Recognition.[1]

References

  1. Gibson, William. "Bitch", in Pattern Recognition. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2003. p. 8