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The Mac mini has been implanted into robots, slapped onto a Plasma, slammed into a PC drive bay, and of course mounted in your car's dash...and now it's friggin' disappeared into the iKitchen. The goal here was to "install a computer in the kitchen, hidden, and with few to no visible cables." A standard UK double-socket faceplate was hacked with the mini's power button, status lights, and ports all fed via extension magic from the mini mounted under the kitchen unit. Most useful tool: blunt table knife, a.k.a. lever or impromptu screwdriver. Ahhh modders we justs loves 'em.

[Via eHomeUpgrade]

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