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This is an IBM Thinkpad 600 that is converted into a rotating digital picture frame. I removed the CD-ROM drive and battery to make it lighter, and then I took apart the screen and mounted it on the back of the laptop. Considering a custom framing store is framing the laptop for me, this project is quite easy. If you have an old laptop lying around that isn't being used, I recommend you convert it into a picture frame!

Here's what I used:

  • Small screwdriver
  • Electrical tape
  • Jig saw
  • Glue gun
  • Compressed Air
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The finished digital picture frame

Running Windows XP Pro

The mounting hardware extends it from the wall

Back view of laptop

The laptop secured to the frame

Back view without flash

Original IBM Think Pad 600

The screws are concealed underneath black stickers

The LCD screen is exposed

Just looking underneath the keyboard

I wanted to remove as much as possible

The LCD screen detached and working great

The hinges appeared tough to remove

Look for a hidden screw in the base of the laptop

I cut the plastic frame so I could still use the contrast slider
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