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A problem with a laptop keyboard..

Hey Guys

I have searced a lot these days after a new laptop. It took me a loooong time to find one, which had it all, and I think, I found The One, og maybe :S
The Asus G1sn has all the things I need, BUT the keyboard is the problem here.
So I thought that I could do something about it. You see the keyboard has some green stuff painted on it, like the W, A, S and D is painted. And that sucks !
So here is the question, is there a way to paint the keyboard? So I dont have to look at the green **** anymore Grin With some spray painting?

If not, could you suggest a laptop like the Asus G1sn, with almost the same stuff or even more?

Thats all from me, and I hope you help a bit Grin

Thias

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In 20+ years...

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I've yet to see a successful paint job on a keyboard. Let's just say no.

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I saw a beautiful painted keyboard

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but you don't want to go through what the guy went through to do it. It involved taking the keyboard apart, and that was the easy part.

Denise

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