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Mac fish tank made from an old Power Mac G4 Cube

Posted in Mac by Conner Flynn on January 1st, 2011

Your pets should have the same interests you have right? So, if you are a Mac enthusiast, it makes sense that you would want your fish to love Mac too. Now he/she can. This “Macquarium” is made from an old Power Mac G4 Cube. The cube has been specially modified with bonded plexiglas to make it safe for your fish.

This aquarium measures 8.9″ H × 7.7″ W × 7.7″ D. If you have the $149.00 necessary to get this aquarium, go ahead and geek up your fish, changing it’s computing allegiance from neutral to Apple. Maybe you can put a little Steve Jobs figure in there and play Stevejob Squarepants.

SanDisk unveils G4 and P4 solid state drives

Posted in SanDisk by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2010

If you are looking for some SSD action for your computer, SanDisk is here to tempt you with its latest offerings. The company has announced its fourth-generation SSD lineup, which consists of the laptop-sized SSD G4 and the smaller SSD P4.

The former will be available in up to 256GB capacities with 220MB / sec read speeds and 160MB / sec writes. The latter will range in size from 8GB to 128GB. Expect both to enter the OEM market in Q3 2010. Sweet!

Recycled iMac G4 Lamp

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on February 10th, 2010

Just a few days ago we showed you the Recycled Apple iBook G4 Clock. Now we have a Recycled iMac G4 Lamp to go along with it, made from recycled Mac parts. It makes quite a geek statement.

The Recycled iMac G4 Lamp was made from the base of an iMac G4 that had died, but as you can see it was given new life. You better hurry if you want one as there is only one available. It’s just $125 from Etsy. Totally worth it if you are an Apple fanboy.

Recycled Apple iBook G4 Clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2010

We’ve seen plenty of clocks made from recycled computer parts, but this one is definitely one of the neatest. The Recycled Apple iBook G4 Clock is made from a recycled iBook G4 case, and uses an Apple mouse for the clock pendulum.

The whole thing measures 14 inches wide by 18 inches in height and even features a quartz clock movement, and pendulum movement. It runs on 2 AA batteries. You can’t really call yourself a geek unless you have something like this in your apartment.

Apple Clock made from Mac G4 side panel

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on January 8th, 2009

Apple Clock made from Mac G4 side panelIf you love the Earth, you probably recycle. Paper, bottles, cans, your Mac G4… Etsy seller “Pixelthis” created this neat looking clock from an old Mac G4 side panel. It’s simple, minimal, even modern looking.

The Mac G4 clock features a quartz drive movement and runs on a AA battery. The seller also makes clocks from the Apple G4 computer front cover, Old Hitachi Turntables, HDDs, Computer CD drives and more. If you’re a Mac fanboy and can’t live without it, the G4 clock will cost you $59.00.