Description:I am creating a personal project and I require the assistance of an individual to design the actual casing. The electronics will be housed inside something that essentially looks similar to a laptop but to correspond with my concept and idea I require it to have the following look, futuristic, sci-fi/robotic along with a gaming aspect. I have a PowerPoint presentation with images that I find rather appealing which will assist you with the project. I am not sure of a price so please ignore what I have listed above, I do not want to pay something ridiculously obscured due to the fact it’s a personal project. Thank You.
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