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  • ColorWare will paint your Apple AirPods any color

    ColorWare will paint your Apple AirPods any color

    White AirPods are fine. I guess. If you like boring. But for the rest of us, ColorWare is now offering its aftermarket painting service for Apple’s wireless earbuds and there’s a multitude of color options. The company will even paint the case for an extra few dollars. ColorWare has been around since the early 2000s. These folks know what they’re doing, offering a variety… Read More

  • Colorware Now Doing Its Thing On The iPad 2


    It’s exactly like the Colorware version of the original iPad just with the iPad 2. You follow? They’ll paint yours for $400 or you can order a new one directly from Colorware starting at $900. Read More

  • Colorware Is Now Doing Its Thing With The iPod Touch 4G

    Not happy with the stock iPod touch’s stock look? Alrighty, head over to Colorware and order up one of its custom painted models, which now includes the latest iPod touch model. Read More

  • Give the new Mac Mini your own color scheme courtesy of Colorware


    Colorware’s latest victim is the new twist-off Mac Mini. This means you can finally give it a proper Apple color scheme rather than the stale aluminum look. Read More

  • Colorware brightens up your iPhone 4… for a price

    Colorware announced their latest modification to the iPhone 4, which will not just protect your precious new phone, it might even help you with your reception issues. Of course, painting your iPhone isn’t cheap, but it can certainly make your phone look more individual then the rest of the iPhone users out there. Read More

  • Colorware now accepting iPads

    Colorware has been customizing gadgets nearly as long as the iPod has been available. But do you trust them with your precious and mythical iPad? Are you willing to give up the iPad for three whole weeks after waiting three whole years to own it? Do you have $400 — yes, $400? Read More

  • The Nexus One gets the Colorware treatment

    Yesterday we heard that Colorware was doing up the Nook with its custom paint jobs. Now, it’s the Nexus One. You can either buy an unlocked one directly from the company for a cool $800, or send in your own for $175. Either way, it will take about three weeks. But just think, when you get it back, oh how your friends will be jelous of your CrunchGear-themed Nexus One. Read More

  • Colorware up a Nook

    Wanna get a Nook but can’t stand the sight of its drab exterior? Colorware has your back. It’s the latest gadget that paint shop is doing up Read More

  • Colorware does up the Kindle 2

    Who wants a boring, stock Kindle 2? No one! Thank God Colorware now has a multitude of colors available to spice up the Amazon Kindle 2. Read More

  • Nice Looking iPod, But A Lil' Pricey and Girly

    If you love the regular iPod but hate the color selection, then perhaps you should consider Colorware’s latest iPod release. A limited edition pink 30GB iPod will come in four different designs, which include a rose, hearts, cherries, and a butterfly. The earbuds will even match. But limited edition stuff, as always, never comes cheap. $350 is how much this beauty will set you back when… Read More