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Functional 1/3 Scale Macintosh Replica using a Raspberry Pi [Project]
posted October 10 2013 8:27.57 by spic0m

Here's a fantastic project for all of you hardcore Macintosh fans. This DIYer installed a Mac emulator on a Raspberry Pi, added an LCD screen, and placed the entire assembly inside a custom PVC case. The results look stunningly authentic. The best part is that the entire device is 100% fully functional and can run anything from MacPaint to the flying toaster screensaver.

[Link: retromaccast]

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