I have heard enough ululating about the iPad. The iPad seems to be a very large iPod Touch, therefore, my iPod Touch is really just a small iPad. Thus, the iPad nano was born.
I took my battered old iTouch to the buffing wheel at clubworkshop. The back is stainless, so I started with black buffing compound and heavy pressure to remove the original logo and all the scratches. I finished with the green buffing compound to bring out the final shine. Next I sprayed the back of the newly shiny iTouch with CerMark LMM-6000, loaded it into the Epilog Helix 60W laser engraver and printed my custom logo. After rinsing off the unbonded Cermark with water, voila the first (I think) iPad nano!
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