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From the looks of this video, while it's technically possible to craft a snowboard out of two Apple PowerBooks, you're probably better off buying the real thing (or investing a little more in newer unibody models).

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You'd think a guy who writes about tech all day would have the latest and greatest gear. Confession time: I don't. In fact, most of it's pretty old and I sort of like it that way.

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Instructables user noahw used an Epilog etcher to lase an imprint of his hands and forearms, eternally vigilant in home row position, onto the top case of his PowerBook G4. Noah says that typing on top of his own hands is "a little freaky" (as is the brownish mildewy patina on the etched keys, ahem) but if you are looking for something to bring your Mavis Beacon score up the extra five points you've been seeking, this could be it. galleryPost('pbhandlaser', 3, '');

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Most DIY projects that involve taking one device and cramming it into the guts of another end up squeezing a large gadget into a smaller one. It's impressive! But to take a PowerBook G4 and to put it into the hulking husk of an Xbox 360? I'm not sure I get the point. You take an old laptop that was portable and stick it into something that is decidedly not portable. Uh, cool? And the DVD drive is sticking out of the side, making the Xbox 360's drive useless!