I'm new here and I have a wierd idea for a project that I always wanted to try. They just introduced the Macbook Air, which is all sexy and everything, but the price and features left out put it out of my range. I miss the old 12" powerbook, which was in my opinion the best notebook apple ever made. So what I thought of doing was to take the logic board from a macbook or maybe a PC laptop, and try to stuff it into the housing of the 12" powerbook. I know this sounds radical but if I sacrificed the optical drive which I rarely use anyway, I think I could do it. I could get a PC motherboard (maybe even with decent graphics) and run OSx86 on it. What do you think, is this even feasible?
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