Mac Mini Customization: Tastes Like Rainbow

Mac Mini Customization: Tastes Like Rainbow

Anthony Nguyen
Mar 11, 2009

If you've ever considered adding some color to your Mac Mini, look no further - the team at Computer Choppers has graciously expanded their anodized custom finishes to the tiny Apple line. What you get is a beautiful, scratch-resistant finish that doesn't chip off like other cruddy paints, and a one-of-a-kind aluminum look that's hard to find anywhere else.

Similar to plating, the anodized effect comes in a flat, brushed, or polished look designed to make any color glimmer with a metal shine. Among the colors to choose from, you have your choices of red, blood red, maroon, orange, gold, green, blue, purple, pink, titanium grey, pewter, and black. You also have your choice of exotic anodizing with an extremely hard layer of black, splatters, fades, and even camouflage.

Mac Mini's start at $199. Laptops start at $899. Expect to wait 5-7 business days for your custom baby to arrive repainted in the mail. Sample squares are readily available upon request.

[via Technabob]

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