Glowing Apple logo on an MSI Wind alleviates need for actual Apple netbook

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If you’ve been waiting patiently for an Apple netbook – something the company’s not even close to announcing – you might want to pass the time with an MSI Wind loaded up with OSX and modded with an honest, glowing Apple logo from an old iBook lid.

The process, outlined in the forums, seems absolutely daunting. You’ll need a dremel, spray paint, sandpaper, superglue, and a myriad of other tools and materials – not to mention a steady hand, as you’ll be cutting an Apple-shaped hole in your netbook’s lid.


If you’ve got the brass ones, though, and you want to be the only kid on your block with an Apple netbook, the instructions can be found right here. Good luck and be careful.

[via Wired]

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