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How-To: Painting Peripherals - How-To: Painting Peripherals
Thu, May 05 2005 | 11:51AM | PermaLink Feedback?
So your most recent case mod is all done, and it’s an ass kicking work of art. What’s with the plain Jane peripherals? Are those STOCK? Kidding aside, nothing detracts from your efforts on a well executed case mod then the reality check of stock peripherals. Today were going to cover the basics of painting on a full set of awesome products, Logitech’s MX1000, Saitek’s lighted gaming keyboard with command pad, Hercules's ProphetView 920 flat panel, and Sennheiser's headset. We are going to keep the airbrush and compressor packed away and stick with the trusty spray cans most people have access to. Let’s Pimp some peripherals.
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