All pictures are of finished product, but it is not so complicated, or with other words - Im too lazy to interfere my work to take pictures :)
Step 1: What you need
- a bicycle
- a notebook, preferably subnotebook, definitely not the 15inch widescreen one
- plywood 5 layers, 6mm thick, two times 16X22cm=, two areas of your notebook
- 17 pieces bolts with 7mm nuts, 10mm long, 4mm thick, conical head
- 9 screws for plywood, same length or few mm extra as plywood thickness. I had 11mm long, 8mm measuring without head
- 4 long screws for wood, some 2cm long
- 1 long nail, some 10cm long and 4mm thick
- 2 bricks of wood, approximately from 2 to 4 cm wide, some 5 to 8cm long and at least 4cm high. But this depends on your bike. My bricks were 3cm wide, 7.3cm long and 4.5cm high
- wire rope 4mm thick ~1m (for 1kg eeepc)
- 4 metal parts 1-2mm thick, 12mm wide and 14cm long - almost as long as your notebook. I got those from an old metal constructor set from my childhood. It has holes every 12mm.
- another same type metal part to hold your construction to your bike
- some aluminum sheet, not more than 10x10cm. I got mine from an old CD-ROM drive.
- little bit of rubber, sponge or other soft but firm material 1mm thin. I didn't need it, as my old CD-ROM had it glued inside already
- 4 rubber rings, fasteners 1mmX2mm thick and approximately 4cm diameter. Any rubber would do.
- plywood saw
- metal saw
- power screwdriver, also to be used for drilling holes
- drill bit for wood 4mm
- drill bit for metal 4mm. Quality should depend on your metal hardness.
- metal file, to shorten too long screws and to work on edges
- hammer, necessary even if working with electronics!
- vice, to hold your work
- ruler, a bit longer than width of your notebook
Time to work on this, one afternoon, probably few hours. Not sure as i spent a week with some trial and error returning to previous steps.