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Monolith Solid Wood iPhone Back Panel: Wooden It Be Nice?

Monolith Solid Wood iPhone Back Panel: Wooden It Be Nice?
There’s definitely something cool about juxtaposing your high-tech glass and metal iPhone with some good old-fashioned wood. This isn’t the first time I’ve seen this idea executed, but this wood back has a clean elegance to it, and really accentuates the natural grain of the wood.

Modern Cyborg: Amputee Demonstrates Bionics

Modern Cyborg: Amputee Demonstrates Bionics
It looks like cyborgs are among us, thanks to bionic prosthetics that amputees can now have attached to replace their missing limbs. The BBC is reporting about the cases of two elective amputees, who had lost the ability to use their hands.
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IPhone 4 Metal Back Replaces Fragile Glass

IPhone 4 Metal Back Replaces Fragile Glass
I always have wished that Apple never moved away from the nice brushed aluminum back of the original iPhone. I never really cared to for the fingerprint magnet backs on the 3G/3GS and 4. And with all the buzz about iPhone 4’s and their easily damaged back glass, it’s no wonder people are looking for creative solutions, like this replacement back.

Pixel Qi Netbook Display Now Available for DIY Geeks

Pixel Qi Netbook Display Now Available for DIY Geeks
I have a notebook sitting around that waited until about a week after its warranty ran out for the display to stop working. It runs and all, but no video. Too bad for me that the thing is larger than the new Pixel Qi DIY display that you can now purchase.

Xbox 360 Hard Drives Get a Colorful Makeover

Xbox 360 Hard Drives Get a Colorful Makeover
Looking for a way to give your Xbox 360 a little extra pizazz? While I’ve seen plenty of colorful Xbox 360 case replacements, I can’t say that I’ve come across much in the way of hard drive color mods.

Xcm Eye Candy Shells Give Nintendo Dsi a Delicious Coating

Xcm Eye Candy Shells Give Nintendo Dsi a Delicious Coating
The Nintendo DSi is certainly decent looking all on its own, but there’s only so much black and white you can take, right? These cool new shells for the DSi let you add a little color to your pocket gaming system.

Talismoon Wii Cases: Green With Envy or Better Off Red?

Talismoon Wii Cases: Green With Envy or Better Off Red?
These replacement shells for the Nintendo Wii bring your boring white console alive with color. Talismoon’s Evolve case kits come in a number of rich hues and dramatic mirrored styles. I’m particularly enamored of the fiery Red Ronin case as well as the luscious emerald Green Tanto.

Wii Color Mod Without Opening Your Case

Wii Color Mod Without Opening Your Case
Tired of the plain white exterior of your Nintendo Wii? Here’s an interesting way to change its look without having to make any permanent modifications. The Wii Dazzle Colorful from GT Coupe is a translucent plastic shell that snaps over the exterior of your Wii, adding a layer of color over the standard white case.

Nintendo Ds Lite Gets a Chrome Case

Nintendo Ds Lite Gets a Chrome Case
Nintendo recently released a silver version of the DS Lite in Japan, but it still really looks more like plastic than metal to me. If you really want your DS to look like metal how about some real chrome?

Microsoft to Replace Damaged Xbox 360 Discs for $20

Microsoft to Replace Damaged Xbox 360 Discs for $20
I was on the Microsoft Xbox website when I stumbled across this interesting form… Apparently, Microsoft is now offering a disc replacement program for certain Xbox 360 titles. According to the site, they will replace certain discs that have been damaged for any reason for $20 bucks each.
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