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Smith & Wesson

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A custom PowerBook, hacked in Japan.

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Silver G3

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A Powerbook G3, encased in vinyl sheeting.

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Marble Shell

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A custom PowerBook, hacked in Japan.

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Scamp

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Do not attempt this hack on a living NeXT Cube!

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DG-1

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A Macintosh... or a Dynamometer?

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The illuminatedMac

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EL string illuminates this blue iMac.

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Stealth GS

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The Apple IIgs motherboard was available as an upgrade for Apple IIe users.

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The Classroom

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The students love using Macs they painted themselves.

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Compubrick SE

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This hack is featured in the recently published Hardware Hacking: Have fun while voiding your warranty.

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Compubrick 160

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The hack that started Applefritter!

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