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The idea is to create more screen real estate in a small package at a low price. Here in 2007, the idea of purchasing a flat screen and plunking it d...
To aid in ease of interfacing (and to be able to sneak a second computer on to my now egalitarian desk) I opted to keep the majority of the computer i...
What has to fit? Well, the motherboard, power brick, and screen. Also, I decided to add a USB card reader in case I wanted to swap files without the...
After measuring this assembly, the DVD drive and the screen dimensions, I was able to draw up the following set of DXF's (Courtesy of QCad. Thanks Kn...
Materials, Materials, Materials. What a question. Referring back to my original goals, I needed the casing material to be cheap, light and locally a...
So far, everything fits. I didn't get a picture of it, but the strain relief on the USB plug connected to the side of the card reader had to be shave...
Hey, it fits! And it's surprisingly square...(Wonder how that happened???) So far all the pieces fit as planned, so I began to work on the faceplate...
Still rough, but almost done. The power buttons still need to be mounted. As noted earlier, they have already been wired on to twisted pairs.You can...
I have a friend who claims computers run on smoke, because "Once you let the smoke out, they don't work anymore." Well, I sure wasn't going to let th...
Well, it works. I'm actually surprised. I fully expected to fry something along the way. The final footprint ended up at 12x10x2 and it weighs in a...
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