I do not know the story on this thing, but someone sent it to me by email and I had to share...
If any large packages are received, the postman can drop down the right-side panel.
The original page for that photo on Flickr:
And can you click delete if you get any junk mail?
humm is that a yikes or sawtooth case.
darn it i need a yikes case PSU and frontboard lol
looking at this fires up my ambition to find the parts i need to get my Yikes complete.
BTW sexy mailbox
or it could be a gigabit enet or digital audio model. 4 of the G4 towers were graphite, though the latter 2 models were sawtooth-based.
also look at that yellowing. that's the onlything keeping me from doning this. anybody know of something that will slow down or stop the yellowing procedure?
or, I wonder if somebody could do this to a compact mac. the monitor hole could be for packages, with a sign abov "no packages larger than 9" diagonal" and the floppy slot could be for envelopes. now, the only question is how to get the mail out. but who cares about getting it out?
It's not a yikes! or sawtooth, the front button was different than that on the early models such as the Yikes! or Sawtooth. It has to be either a gigabit or higher.
I just looked at my sisters sawtooth, and the front panel is the same.
look at the front Power button while the sawtooth it off. the one in the picture has a white power symbol, the sawtooth as a clear one that the light shines through. the light shines around the one in the picturejust like a DA that we have at work.
The white swmbol on the power button looks kinda transparent, its hard to tell for sure.
Well whatever it is it's an interesting idea.
What happens when it rains?