Outfit your Raspberry Pi to match the original hacker’s computer, the Apple II.
Each case is 3D printed in SLA (at Shapeways) from 3D models based on my actual Apple II collection. Then, each part is painted to match the original beige, brown or platinum grey – or Black, if you prefer the Bell & Howell model. I also include all the hardware you will need to connect your Pi to power and video – just add Pi.
To complete your setup, of course, you’ll need a Disk ][ SD card reader (sold separately). If you want the complete experience, install an Apple II emulator package on your Pi. You can get a ready-to-run set of emulators and files here.
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