One of Apple's biggest computers by design is the iMac G4. Introduced in 2002 until 2004, it received the nickname "Mac Lamparita" for its similarity to. The LCD panel is positioned on a rotating arm on a hemispherical base that contains the rest of the equipment, such as the Optical disk drive and the fourth-generation PowerPC G4 74xx processor, in addition to the hard disk and motherboard.
And its composition is so impressive that it is on display at the New York Museum of Art (MoMA). Use the Mac G4 as a group or entertainment group today is tricky due to the age of its components and the outdated software. Unless we want it as part of the decoration, little use can be given. However, the owner of one of these computers has turned it into a lamp.
Not good for nostalgic
MacRumors reader is shared with website organizations as a result of the conversion of the iMac G4 into a table lamp several images from different angles
Per account Hughmac, during the revolution it affected machinery, and that broke the RAM module and damaged the motherboard. He uncovered the other parts and glued the gardener, cutting the pieces behind this with a flower. I use one of the bright lights I had at home to see how it goes.
He then found the ropes. He had to get past the back of the neck because he couldn't find a way to separate it out of spring. By hurting the motherboard could not use the start button, so he used an old vacuum cleaner. It ensures that the neck is still active and the light can be directed to the desired position.