Has anyone successfully managed to remove or modify the casing on a 15" PowerBook so it would allow them to mount the panel on the underside of the computer.
ie, effectively allowing the screen to go much further back / recline than the maximum at it was built. Im considering a mod to make it into a pictureframe, which has been done a lot on 1400's, and 500 series PBk's, but not as far as I can see, on Ti Pbk's...
I would guess a lot of casing changes with a dremmel would be required, but would there be enough slack on the video cable????
I would just disassemble the case and start playing with it to see what kind of slack you can get. It might be that you have to remove all the components from the case for it to work. That would probably be best for the LCD anyway, as you will want the least amount of bezel possible.
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