Still Ticking: “Obsolete” iMac G4 as Clock

Still Ticking: “Obsolete” iMac G4 as Clock

Some devices are more versatile than others.

Though the 2002 iLamps were declared “obsolete” by Apple in 2009, the repurposed stainless steel base plate of this iMac G4 makes a nice wall clock.

It’s the handiwork of a Japanese Apple fan, who published a step-by-step DIY project.
Still Ticking: “Obsolete” iMac G4 as Clock

It’ll go nicely with your G4 iLamp Lamp, too, and probably won’t take more than half an hour to make.

Not to be trusted with a drill? There’s a ready-made version on Etsy for $30.

Via Blog! NoBon

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