If you were going to go to the trouble of modding your Nintendo DS, what would you do to it? Emboss your favourite frame from Watchmen on it? Engrave a Nintendo-themed Last Supper illustration? Or maybe, just maybe, stick a Sony Vaio logo on the lid? Because that's what some guy did in Japan.While the end result looks pretty much exactly like the actual Sony Vaio he puts it up against - but in miniature - the reasons why anyone would want to actually do this are in no way explained throughout the how-to. Hit the link for a full gallery of the process, if you aren't blown away by the pointlessness of it all...
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