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ColorWare to offer custom painted iPod nanos

imageColorWare, which offers custom painted electronics and computers, plans to offer the new iPod nano in more choices than Apple’s black and white models. The company has announced that it will sell the nano in numerous professionally painted hues for $65 over retail price—the 2GB iPod nano will sell for $265 and the 4GB model will cost $315. ColorWare currently has a teaser banner up that states that the colored nano service will be “coming soon.” ColorWare currently sells the iPod mini and fourth-generation iPod in a rainbow of colors. [via DAP Review]

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So does this void the warranty or. . .?

Posted by JoshSpazJosh on September 15, 2005 at 5:24 PM (CDT)


no. they dont disassemble the ipods.

Posted by iwinulooz789 on September 15, 2005 at 11:22 PM (CDT)


I had my 6 GB mini colored candy apple red and it is sweeeeet.  It did void the warranty because the serial number on the back is covered. Since the regular iPods and Nano have chrome backings and are not painted, the warranty for them would not be voided.

Posted by Jeddak on September 16, 2005 at 7:59 AM (CDT)

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