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Tag: Casemod

Custom PlayStation 3s for Sony’s Friends: It Only Does Sweet Casemods

Custom PlayStation 3s for Sony’s Friends: It Only Does Sweet Casemods
The very talented case modder Javier Riquelme customized several PlayStation 3 consoles for Sony, who in turn gave them as gifts to its partner developers and publishers. With the exception of what seems to be Javier’s trademark flourish, each console looks radically different and suited to its theme.

Mk-4 Tank PC Case Mod: Tanks A Lot

Mk-4 Tank PC Case Mod: Tanks A Lot
This MK-4 tank computer is pretty sweet. After all, this thing is a… tank! The guy who built it must have been tanked after completing this. (Sorry.) This fully-functional PC is finished in all aluminum with aluminum strips cut out to form the treads of the tank.

Ben Heck Builds PS3 Wii U Xbox 360 Combo System

Ben Heck Builds PS3 Wii U Xbox 360 Combo System
I’ve been waiting a very long time for somebody to build a single game system which could play all of today’s console games. Well that day is today – courtesy of master modder Ben Heck. For his latest project, Ben has created a single mutant machine that combines a PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U.

Atari 2600 Portable is Woodier than its Ancestor

Atari 2600 Portable is Woodier than its Ancestor
We’ve featured our fair share of portable Atari 2600 mods, but I don’t think any of those can hold a candle to this one. Speaking of candles, the future owner of this one of a kind handheld should keep it away from even the tiniest of flames, because its case is made entirely out of wood.

Steampunk Cellphone Casemod: Gorilla Brass

Steampunk Cellphone Casemod: Gorilla Brass
We’ve seen a steampunk desk phone before, but Andrei of Steampunker steamrolls that with his awesome casemod. He replaced all of the external parts of a mobile phone with brass or copper and gave it a shiny yet grimy finish to make it look like it’s always been that way.

Millennium Falcon Mac and PC Computer in One

Millennium Falcon Mac and PC Computer in One
Wanna make the Kessel Run in record time, while surfing the internet at the same time? You’d better use this Millenium Falcon computer then. It was the grand prize winner in last year’s Deconstruct for GOOD event sponsored by Good Magazine and Vizio.

The PC Briefcasemod: Desktop Luggable

The PC Briefcasemod: Desktop Luggable
Redditor yoshiwars wanted a portable gaming machine but he didn’t want to spend a fortune on a high-end laptop. So he stuffed a desktop computer’s parts into a briefcase. Looking at it, you wouldn’t mistake it for anything else.

Translucent Mod Kit Exposes iPhone 5 Guts in All Its Naked Glory

Translucent Mod Kit Exposes iPhone 5 Guts in All Its Naked Glory
We’ve seen transparent casemods or rear panels for past versions of the iPhone. Now it’s the iPhone 5’s turn to show off its goods, courtesy of the Translucent Mod Kit from iPhone5Mod, the same aftermarket shop who makes the magnetic keyboard and gamepad for the iPhone 5.

Guy Builds Wind Tunnel-Cooled Computer to Help Cure Cancer

Guy Builds Wind Tunnel-Cooled Computer to Help Cure Cancer
I’ve had problems with computers and video game systems overheating over the years, so I’m all for good cooling systems. And while some computer modders have solved the problem by adding more cooling fans and heat sinks, I think this build might just be a bit more than most of us need.

Nintendo 64 Stuffed in Game Boy Player, Makes GameCube Backwards Compatible

Nintendo 64 Stuffed in Game Boy Player, Makes GameCube Backwards Compatible
Console modder Jon Jandran aka Hailrazer is back with another Nintendo related project. Instead of working on portable versions of old game consoles, Hailrazer decided to combine two consoles – the Nintendo 64 and its successor, the GameCube – into one playable unit.

Adjustable Height Computer Desk Casemod Deserves a Standing Ovation

Adjustable Height Computer Desk Casemod Deserves a Standing Ovation
We’ve seen a couple of desks that double as computer cases, but this one takes things to the next level. Unsurprisingly, its proud and very skilled creator also calls it The Next Level.

Sandstone PC Casemod is Positively Prehistoric

Sandstone PC Casemod is Positively Prehistoric
We’ve featured some unusual casemods around here over the years, but the well seemed to have been drying up until recently. With computers becoming more compact, and more all-in-one devices, there’s not as much of a customization scene anymore.

Captain America Xbox 360 Casemod: Steve RRoDgers

Captain America Xbox 360 Casemod: Steve RRoDgers
Zachariah Perry Cruse aka Zim Props wowed us before with his Iron Man Xbox 360 mod. His latest masterpiece is based on the other leading Avenger, the Sentinel of Liberty, the Super Soldier, the – let’s see, what else does the Marvel Wiki say about him – Yeoman America?

Atari Giving Away Xbox 360 Portable That Looks Like an Atari 2600

Atari Giving Away Xbox 360 Portable That Looks Like an Atari 2600
How’d you like a sweet Xbox 360 portable? How about if we sweetened the pot even more by making it look like an old Atari 2600? Well if you enter this contest over on Facebook now, you could be the proud owner of such an awesome franken-console.

Macintosh Portable Hackintosh: Mac OS X on a PC Dressed as a Mac

Macintosh Portable Hackintosh: Mac OS X on a PC Dressed as a Mac
The Macintosh Portable was Apple’s first battery-powered portable computer. Released in 1989, it weighed 16lbs., had a 16MHz CPU, a black and white screen and lead-acid batteries, hence its nickname, “Macintosh Luggable.” People had to pay $6,500 for the curse of owning this darned thing.

Ben Heck Shows You How to Build an Xbox 360 Laptop

Ben Heck Shows You How to Build an Xbox 360 Laptop
I lack any of the skills you need to make cool mods and DIY projects of just about any type. That is certainly not true when it comes to modder Ben Heck. This geek took his hobby of building modded consoles and other items and turned it into his own web series.