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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by one1, Aug 25, 2007.
Very nice, looks very well done
Very cool, I like it.
How long did it take to do? And is it difficult?
About ten to 15 minutes and IMO it was very easy. Just remove the 4 screws (two on each side) and slide a flat blade around the edge to release the tabs. Then the cover just pops off.
Leaving the part I cut out off and just sticking it back together without the blue makes it brighter also, as a second option. Monokote makes 20 different colors, so I am going to grab a few different one's and try lime green, as well as tangerine and a few others. People with black books can do red and it would look amazing.
That's quite nice, I wouldn't do it for my PowerBook though.
Cool! Were I to do this (never, but hypothetically) to my MBP I'd pop in a HD screen as well.
cool! once i get my extremely cheap ibook (if i do) im doing to do this for sure!
If I remember correctly, this "mod" voids the warranty.
Words of wisdom - this is a post-AppleCare mod for sure.
Looks pretty, though - if I ever pick up a knockaround iBook, this would be fun.
Oh ok, in that case ... have fun with it!
Very nice! Definitely something I would consider doing when the AppleCare warranty runs out.
Nice job, the color is nice.
Really, really cool ..
Wow, you were bored.
I recycled a WH Smiths bag to give mine a purpley-blue glow. 6 months on and its still going strong.
Could this be the start of a "Post your Mods thread" ?
In the interest of trying new colors, I am running yellow this week
WOW... that must be that yellowing problem with the screens that MBP owners complain about
(and yes I know it's a MB in the pic)
Oops, you'd be wrong! it's iBook
The on my powerbook has been yellow for about a year. I also
used monokote. I think the powerbook may be a little more difficult than
the ibook, but it still only took about 20 minutes total.
theres already a company selling these things
Doing it on the MacBook looks terrifying. Damn.
lol sand paper and exacto knives, i wouldn't want those anywhere near my mac
That looks pretty great! I might be giving it a try later.