This is not a Hewlett-Packard logic analyzer. It’s a Core i5 Windows PC.
Back in 2010, I built a miniature replica Altair 8800 case for my PC. It’s still running but I needed another desktop PC, and I wanted it to reflect my love for retro electronics. So I bought a non-working Hewlett-Packard logic analyzer on eBay and set about turning it into a mini-ITX PC case.
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