How-To: Make your own Xbox 360 Laptop (part 1)


Sure, maybe you’re sick of hearing about [Ben]‘s work, but he’s finally giving up the goods on building that Xbox 360 laptop. It’s not your average slap it in a case and splinch on a screen project, so you’ll just have to deal with a few more posts as he pumps out this series.

To console you people who can’t stand the major pc board redecorating that’s [Ben]‘s trademark, [kiwisaft] sent along this unique use for the ol’ laser toner transfer trick.

The ball point pin dot matrix printer reminded [Tesladownunder] was reminded of this funky servo based plotteroriginally built for the dearly departed vic20.

4 thoughts on “How-To: Make your own Xbox 360 Laptop (part 1)

  1. When splicing cables together, it is usually better to stagger the cuts so that the splices are not all at the same spot on the cable (which creates a bulge). Staggering requires a little more length, but the results are nicer.

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