posted by Ferry on 6-May-2004 16:58:42 (1791 reads)
Gaby "Keysoft" Martínez, a Spanish old hand Amiga user, has won a modding contest promoted by one of the most important Spanish PC magazines, "PC Actual" (in Spanish), with two central pages devoted to explain the modding process and full of references to the Amiga and its parts.
His modding includes an A1200/040/PPC, a PS2 and a miniITX PC board, a 5" TFT screen for both PS2 and Amiga video output, among other things, all this in a really impressive BIG (20 x 91 x 45 cm) methacrylate case, with two nice Amiga signs on top.
With so much work on the case one should realy put down some work on arrangeing the cables and such better and try get the units occupying the 5.25" spaces to have the same colored front.
I'm not realy a fan of all seetrough... I think it's nicer with areas of light and seethough instead of all out where there's no way of "hiding" unatractive features such as the cables. I also belive there's too much light around this unit... it's just a bit over the top and not as teastefull as it could be... but there's probably switches to turn of some of these lights right?
But all that personal taste put aside it sure is impressive.