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Roomba outed with custom colors

Roomba outed with custom colors

This week the folks at iRobot have brought forth customization for their official Roomba lineup. You too can make your DJ Roomba ready for the club with a cool set of color combinations in five separate areas throughout the machine. There’s a customization factory online and you’ll be able to begin tapping in today.

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iPhone 5c ColorWare customization brings on 58 shades of plastic

iPhone 5c ColorWare customization brings on 58 shades of plastic

So you're not satisfied with the five colors offered up with the iPhone 5c in the Apple Store? There's one company that's ready to jump up on that opportunity as quick as possible - the customization group known as ColorWare. This group is known for their high-end colorization of smartphones, tablets, accessories, and even high-end products like Leica cameras and the Segway.

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ColorWare unveils custom elite paint finish Sennheiser mics

ColorWare unveils custom elite paint finish Sennheiser mics

ColorWare has been putting color on gadgets and other devices for a long time now. Typically, its coloring services are often seen on smartphones and computers. The company is now offering colorful and custom created microphones from Sennheiser. You can get your own Sennheiser ew 135 G3 vocal set in whatever colors you choose.

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ColorWare Beats by Dre Studio headphones bring the fancy for $1k

ColorWare Beats by Dre Studio headphones bring the fancy for $1k

Part of the appeal of the Beats by Dre headphones has always been their distinctive white or black color scheme, but ColorWare has a new, even more exclusive finish for those with bulging wallets. $1,000 gets you a pair of limited edition ColorWare Collection Illusion Beats by Dre Studio headphones with one of three iridescent color schemes, almost guaranteed to get you noticed.

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Colorware offers custom color iPhone 4S for your first born

Colorware offers custom color iPhone 4S for your first born

We are all familiar with Colorware, this is the company that will take your gadget and paint it up for you in whatever retina burning hue you so desire. Colorware has done this for all sorts of gadgets for a long time including the iPad and previous iPhones. It is now offering up the new iPhone 4S in fancy colors, but you had better be prepared to pay dearly for the service.

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Colorware Colorizes the iPad 2

Colorware Colorizes the iPad 2

Colorware is known for applying custom color to just about any gadget you can think of, and now they are offering their services to the iPad 2. There are a whole slew of custom iPad colors available. You can either purchase the iPad 2 directly from them or send yours in. There are options in solid finish, metallic, or pearl, and you can customize not only the case color, but the Apple logo color and the button as well. See all the delicious color-i-ness, and a video, after the cut.

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Colorware Chrome Custom Studio Dr. Dre Beats Headphones

Colorware Chrome Custom Studio Dr. Dre Beats Headphones

If you really want to go all out when enjoying your music, check these out. Colorware has come out with a limited edition finish for Beats by Dr. Dre headphones: Chrome. These are not your everyday headphones, and there are being produced in a limited run. Each one will be uniquely engraved. They are powered, noise-cancelling headphones with extra-large 40mm drivers.

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ColorWare add new MacBook Air to line-up

ColorWare add new MacBook Air to line-up

ColorWare is once again challenging tech owners to flex their aesthetic skills, offering Apple's latest MacBook Air with the usual variety of hues and finishes. There's a fair amount of flexibility, too: you can choose different colors for the lid, logo, screen surround, hinge, keyboard tray and bottom of the ultraportable.

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ColorWare iPod touch tests your taste

ColorWare iPod touch tests your taste

ColorWare is at it again, throwing your choice of ink against Apple products.  Latest to get the custom treatment is the iPod touch, with the slender PMP offering three different ways to personalize: the aluminum back panel, the home button and the earbuds.

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ColorWare splash custom ink on the Magic Trackpad

ColorWare splash custom ink on the Magic Trackpad

ColorWare have already waved their magic ink-pot at Apple's recent Mac mini and iPhone 4, so it comes as little surprise to see the Magic Trackpad next up for a custom paint-job.  $145 gets you a brand new Magic Trackpad finished in the color scheme of your choosing, though given the Apple peripheral's minimalist design, there isn't a huge amount of room for flexibility.

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Colorware makes Flip Ultra brighter

Colorware makes Flip Ultra brighter

Colorware has been taking our mundane looking gadgets with colors that are black or silver for the most part and making them brighter for years. The company will take all sorts of gadgets and paint them with just about any hue that you might desire.

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Mac mini gets the Colorware treatment

Mac mini gets the Colorware treatment

Colorware has been splashing its paint about again, and come up with this: a custom version of Apple's Mac mini.  All the usual hues are available, with solid, metallic and pearl palettes together with regular or soft-touch finishes, and you can choose different colors for the aluminum chassis and the Apple logo.

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