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Old 04-28-2004, 11:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I suppose what I am about to ask is kinda of a weird question, but not all that strange, lol, and yes, I'm still on the topic of "Casing"

Well.. have you guys ever wandered who designed those casing for the Cobalt boxes? (those blue cubes, remember? before Sun bought them?), and how about those ..

http://www.wyse.co.uk/product/winterm/1125se.html
http://www.wyse.co.uk/product/winter..._APR04b_NE.pdf

sort of a cool case too, not exactly a whole computer surrounding, but the casing themselves, have you guys thought who make or produce those products?

Heck, those iPod and Apple casings are pretty cool too, wouldn't you say?

I'm just curious about them though, who and what company does and deisgn them? and who produces them? wouldn't it be cool to have a company out there that specifically does for them??
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Old 04-29-2004, 01:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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LoL, I suppose I didn't make it clear enough above, I will insert some images below to boost the understanding =P

see those?
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Or even those boxes that you see when you are using ADSL or Cable internet at home that you hook onto (no, not the cable, but the machine itself).

Those casings are cool, and they are sleek too, I'm just wondering, if u guys have ever wondered who and what company design, and produce/manufacture the custom designed the casings?
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um apple maybe? dunno. But i see u like a boxier look. Just get a empty barebones case or somthing and it will look good.
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mini ITX cases are so cuuuuuuute
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slave labour makes them lol (china)
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Old 04-29-2004, 05:38 PM   #6 (permalink)
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how is this thread anything to do with anything ever!

oh by the way, has anyone ever wondered who makes matches?

hmmmmmm

I think you may have too much time on your hands.


(just for reference; I have never wondered)
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