Is there anyway to take colored film (window tinting come to mind) and covering the inside of a slot-loading iMac. I know that a japanese guy did something similar with the ibooks, but he just used a printed image. I'd like to take a graphite iMac and add a few interesting shapes to it, like stripes that could be installed on the inside and show though
Loc: Stoughton, WI USA
that would look slick, but i warn thee: don't cover the holes.
those things get hot, and as someone who has replaced their fare share of logic and analog boards in all kinds of iMacs (and a capacitor discharge), those things get hot as all hell. my problem with those graphites were cooling (and logic board death after 3 years if you are like 30% of graphite owners). i'd drop a tint in there, or use a white paint and a template, and paint a really slick image that shows through. that would look nice too!
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