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Crystal Chameleon case for Nintendo Wii

Posted on Saturday, June 02 2007 @ 14:39:08 CEST by


Total Console is selling a ii case Crystal Chameleon case for the Nintendo Wii

This thing is made out of plastic and replaces the Wii case, so you'll need to do some disassembling (and void your warranty) to install this thing.

The special thing about the Crystal Chameleon Wii case is that it has a build-in thermometer. A small LCD display shows the temperature and the LEDs inside the case change colour every time your Wii gets 5° hotter.
Every time the Wii gets 5° hotter, its LED lights' color changes to a hotter hue on the color spectrum. By the time it's up to 55°C, it'll be glowing red as a beet.
The case is available for $54.99.



Source: Gizmodo.


 






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Re: Crystal Chameleon case for Nintendo Wii
by Anonymous on Monday, June 04 2007 @ 20:27:36 CEST
Cool except red is the coolist color when it come to heat. Think Stars. Cooist stars are red. where as the hottest are blue or white.



Re: Crystal Chameleon case for Nintendo Wii
by Thomas De Maesschalck (lsdsmurf@dvhardware.net) on Monday, June 04 2007 @ 23:05:55 CEST
That's right but I think it's because most people associate blue with cool and red with hot.



 

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