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video How To Make A Laptop Case
Learn how to make a simple laptop case out of old jeans and a piece of plastic

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zargar_23011 months ago
wow! you are sooo pretty ;)
cmcgee511 months ago
Whats up with this chick...
manutea2 years ago
Whoa ! nice woman

Thanx for sharing ...
r_n_r2 years ago
very nice how do i get into her pants
wanna beco2 years ago
There was a laptop in the vid? huh??.... all I saw was some beautiful girl... I guess I'll have to watch it again.... and again and again
ctabbrudaz2 years ago
A good idea to use the transparent foil, so the laptop a water spill resitance. But you´ll have troubles with the cooler system (I am not the first who mentions that), because the cloth saves the heat that the Laptop makes.

My solution to avoid this Problem:
search for a rough gridded, thin textile, which disturbs the air flow as little as possible
IrahFuse4 years ago
Overheating problems?
rangua IrahFuse3 years ago
that was my first reaction to this.. specially when she was hitting the thing with a hairdryer
ahanson4 rangua3 years ago
The hairdryer was to get out the wrinkles in the plastic and if you look closely at the case, there is plastic over the keyboard. I don't think it's made to use while it's in the case.
rangua ahanson43 years ago
i dont know.. it looks a bit troublesome to be putting it in and out of the case... maybe the overheating is not a problem. i mean, with some holes here and there. maybe it could work... its so cheap and looks so good that it could be well worth it :)
mrbob10006 years ago
your touchpad wont work... it needs a conductive input source (finger, flat foil) i suggest carefully cutting out the plastic over the touchpad surface.
Despite their name, touch pads do not require you to touch them. They function using capacitance, not conductivity. It is very likely that the touch pad sensor has a plastic covering (or other coating) to protect it (and for styling). The picture below shows my touch pad. After many years of use, the paint has worn away off the clear plastic pad - revealing the grid structure of the sensor. Your mileage may vary, of course ;) --- This is why touch pads are quite annoying to use in humid environments (like where I call home :p).
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they're annoying to use anyway. lol
I agree. I like the little thingy that's on the keyboard. I have no clue what it is but I refer to it as a "nubbin". They're much easier to use.
Actually it depends on the touch pad. Older pads used capacitance but some of the newer ones (like Apple I-Pods) use conductivity. If someone wasn't sure, they would just have to try it out and see what happens.
Can you link us up to that bit of documentation? I can't seem to find anything that says this...

I mean there's a lawsuit of a capacitance touch sensors on the click wheels. And even the latest iPod touch uses capacitance for it's touch pad - according to their patent, at least.

Conductivity sensors are out dated - they can't "see" any changes at sensor points near the finger (which is why capacitive sensors are used).

There is, however, a new bit of tech - which apple does have implemented in the iPhone.Frustrated Total Internal Reflection. Because the underlying principle of capacitive and resistive sensors does not allow for multi touch applications
I guess I was wrong about the I-pods. I remember reading a review for some ski gloves with "special conductive fingertips" for use with I-Pods because using regular gloves wouldn't work with the click wheel. I guess I inferred the wheel was conductive. I should know better than to trust marketing people. I did have a friend who wrapped the face of his I-Pod with a protective cover (taken from a Palm Pilot screen protector) and the wheel didn't work with that on either.
uguy mrbob10006 years ago
Not True..
giannyl (author)  mrbob10006 years ago
Hi , i was thinking to do that, but work fine without cutting out the plastic.
Ysabeau3 years ago
There is no hole for usb, electric power, CD or card!
gibon1434 years ago
Who is this chick in these videos....? Way to present how to dosomething cutie!
hed420 gibon1434 years ago
I have to agree. I found it hard concentrating on the instructable!
tioshrek hed4203 years ago
hahah its true!!!
diocorleone3 years ago
beautyful ,beautyful , and the case is very cool ,also , talent and beauty , and some people still say is not compatible , thanks for being alive .

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ufuk_194 years ago
it is very good idea and presentation. can we add some pocket on this project, for be more useful?
poundstorm5 years ago
thats really cool but dont u want to cut slits for the usb and cd drives
psydox5 years ago
This girl not only Pretty but Talented too...
Alright, looks great and all, but I have a major problem - cooling. Could just be I missed something (which is why I hate video instructables), but I didn't see how the laptop could properly cool itself. For example, my laptop has to have a section on the side, back, and bottom free from obstruction for cooling (and even then, I use an external cooling fan). Could be worth noting the potential for overheating, which can occur fairly quickly. Aside from that problem, nice instructable, looks pretty good, and its a great way to recycle those old jeans.
rimar20006 years ago
Muy buena idea (very good idea)
IdahoDavid6 years ago
Very nice. Nice project, too.
uguy6 years ago
Excellent, thanks for sharing.