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WishList: Coolest Raspberry Pi case yet is a tiny OG Mac

The Raspberry Pi opens up a world of low-cost computing options but John Leake of Retro MacCast has just raised the bar by building a one third replica of the original Macintosh and is a completely functional mini Mac. Leake used the Mini vMac Linux distro, installed a 3.5" mounted display plus HDMI, Ethernet and four USB ports, making this mini Mac boast more updated I/O than the original  Check out the video here. 

Source: MacGasm

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