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Comment: Re:Question: Of what use is a translucent PC? (Score 1) 189

by Oarboat_7 (#1113862) Attached to: Apple Possibly Pursuing Another iMac-look Clone
The thought of an all-translucent computer brings to mind the story a friend once told me about someone who built a Heathkit Color Television Set using "liquid solder**" instead of real solder.

It looked great, and had perfect soldering joints on all the PC boards......

**"Liquid solder" is a silver-colored metal-bearing epoxy that is decidedly NOT conductive.

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