Bored of the standard T-Mobile G1? Make your own… look that is, as you can’t toy with the device’s features, but you can mess with its color. By using the colorwarepc site, you can customize the main part of the G1, its keyboard, bottom and back and choose any color you want, either in its normal or metallic version.
The virtual “painting” of the phone’s main part will cost you $175, while the keyboard, bottom and back each cost $15. The resulting handset will ship in about 2 or 3 weeks, just in time to deliver your girl the perfect Christmas gift: a pink G1 (which she’ll love if she’s Paris Hilton).