What can we say about ColorWare? The color customization company doesn’t let too many cool devices out of its sight, and next up Apple’s fourth-generation iPod touch has received the color treatment too, allowing you to pick your colors and make a unique-looking iPod touch. As usual, it’s not cheap, and will set you back $150 if you provide your own iPod touch, or you can shell out $380 for an 8GB model already customized. Would you be willing to pay such an amount to customize your iPod, or do you think that you can do a better job with a can of spray paint?
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