Acrylic USB Case Hack

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This is a case mod i made after school one day, i forgot to take pics until i was too far in :( so no instructable, anyway thought you might like to see :D

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    Saitu

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Will regular hot glue work to stick the acrylic together? What about silicone caulk?

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    GorillazMiko

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome! What kind of USB stick was that? It looks small.

    And what kind of keyboard is that?!

    I've never seen one like that with USB ports in the back.

    +5/5 stars.

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    CameronSSGorillazMiko

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    And what kind of keyboard is that?!
    I've never seen one like that with USB ports in the back.

    It's an old Mac keyboard. They no longer make them, the new ones look like laptop keyboards.

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    ScubaSteveCameronSS

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    If you look at dells website, they sell a multimedia keyboard for about $30 with 2 usb ports in the back.

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    ModariusCameronSS

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah there are tons of those keyboards at my high school- They decided they didn't need the new ones :(

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    =SMART=CameronSS

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    oldschool feels much better to type on, im about to mod mine by putting 5 high power blue led's in the acrylic, it lights it up really nicley. they got a bit hot though :S

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    mellink

    10 years ago on Introduction

    cool mod. The USB i recognise as a cruzer micro looks like that one. One thing ive done on mine is wet and dry and pollish the edges get a much smoother finsh. Great mod gets you thinking :-)