If you have a few LEGO bricks around you too could transfer one of your devices into a fully functioning LEGO mod. Luke Anderson decided to rebuild his router into a LEGO master piece which is modelled on a Linksys WRT54GL router.
Check out the time lapse video of Luke constructing his LEGO router after the jump.
After I was happy with the design, I exported it to BrickLink to find a seller who had all the parts I needed. My order came to about $50, but I added some extra “just-in-case” parts which bumped the total to $60.
Luke’s step-by-step guide contains Creative Commons licensed design documents and assembly images which you can use to create your own LEGO Router
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