Anything is possible. The hardest part to overcome would be that the Wii is 1/4" thinner than a Mini. I haven't been into a mini, but I'd be surprised if there's that much extra clearance. Other than that, there's about 2" extra in length and width. Those 2" would make port relocation easy enough. Perhaps you could even integrate the SD card reader in the front.
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lawless, I agree with Tonimus on this, its def doable. There will be some internal case modifications I would guess though. When you get started, be sure to take plenty of pics and document the process. We'd love to feature the mod guide on the site.
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i will be sure to document it, i will be sourcing faulty wii for case and mac mini in the next couple weeks, think im gonna go with the mini g4 as these are cheap and i dont wanna be spending loads on a mac mini just to mess around with
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