ANy replacement cases for DSi yet?

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Apr 16, 2009
  1. ekolimits
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    the title says it all..
    i want to change my color.
     
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    do you think you could do it? with the camera and everything...
     
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    definitely! it cant be hard... unless things are glued all over the place...
     
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    Has someone taken apart a DSi yet? If someone did it would clear up all the BS that ppl ask, just 1 thread to solve like 10000.
     
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    i've seen pictures of someone taking it appart on maxconsole.com...
    ill get the link:[​IMG]
     
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    disassembly of the DSi actually looks a bit easier than the ds lite (no more rolled up flat cable to worry about). I'll probably put together a guide shortly once one of the HK companies provide replacement cases (and yes, I can't believe that they haven't churned them out yet considering that the DSi has been available for 6 months in japan already).

    weird fact:
    the blue coloured DSi that was released here in the states 2 weeks ago is actually a bright orange/yellow colour and then painted. (very odd) it reminds me of the way auto bumpers were manufacturered in the late 80's / early 90's



    links for DSi teardown images / videos:
    a good set of tear-down images
    nice "stop motion" dis-assembly / re-assembly video
     
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