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.
Good old Colorware - just because Apple aren't offering a white iPhone 4, doesn't mean a rainbow of choice isn't yours for the taking by other means. The well-heeled and desperately individual can now pick up a custom-colored iPhone 4 with their pick of frame, button, back panel, SIM tray and headphone hues, though as usual they'll need to stomach a considerable premium.
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ColorWare is on a roll. Having just announced in the last few weeks that they've stepped up their game to include HDTVs, and even Segways, it looks like they're getting their hands on some new gadgets, too. And this time around, if you're not a fan of remarkably shiny black pieces of technology, then you can go ahead and choose from any color you want, and get it colored and customized specifically for you.
ColorWare is pretty notorious for doing custom paint jobs for your favorite gadgets. iPads and mobile phones, things like that. They were well known for their color-throwing ways, but notorious for the price tags that went along with it. And when they added HDTVs to their list of things that could be colored, eyebrows were raised. But now, well, we're speechless.
We've brought you plenty of gadgets that ColorWare has splattered with their paints before, ranging from Nexus Ones to Macs, there's nothing that they won't color for you. And, after today, that statement has never been more true. They've finally added a whole new addition to their coloring options, going for something a bit more stationary, and in your home. Want to paint up that brand new HDTV you just bought? Good, because now you can.
ColorWare have opened up their inky arms and welcomed in the iPad, offering to make your Apple tablet distinctive for "just" $400. The company can take its usual range of solid, metallic and pearl colors and allows you to choose between them for the aluminum back panel, Apple logo and the home button.
ColorWare has been around for a long time and in the beginning, the company mostly offered custom painting services for notebooks and other computers. The company now also offers coloring solutions for all sorts of gadgets today including smartphones.
If your Core i7 iMac isn't unique enough - and if you have one that powers on and has an intact screen, then from the sound of things it's already pretty rare - then you could always turn to ColorWare for help. The customization company have announced that they're happily take your Apple all-in-one (or indeed your Magic Mouse) and brighten up its aluminum body with a new paint finish.
At the other end of the scale from ASUS' new Eee PC colors comes an admittedly more-tempting prospect: ColorWare's Stealth MacBook Pro. Taking a 15-inch 3.06GHz MacBook Pro as its base, the ink-wielders then throw their own soft-touch "zero gloss" finish at the unibody casing, and finish off the display with a matte coating.