Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 27th Apr 2006 19:35 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems ColorWare, a company which offers pre-coloured (my apologies for using that abomination of an English word) notebooks and desktops using a special coating process, has added the MacBook Pro to their product line up. If you find Apple's standard grey too boring, maybe a red or a black MacBook Pro is your game. They also offer coloured Mac Minis, iBooks, iMacs, Alienware computers, and more. You can also send in hardware you already own. They say they have some magical Wonderland procedure to paint the computers, but whether or not the process creates a tough layer of paint remains to be seen from customer testimonies.
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by Morgan on Fri 28th Apr 2006 02:25 UTC
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As Alienware computers already come in a vast array of colo(u)rs, I don't understand why they need to be painted by another company. This seems an unnecessary added expense for a machine purchased in part for its existing appearance.

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