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.Custom Raspberry Pi case brings back the charm of the BBC Micro
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The low-cost Raspberry Pi micro-computer was created to give kids an application development platform that could be hacked with abandon -- thus saving Mom and Dad the heartache of a thoroughly borked home PC. The Pi's creators hope that their modest development machine will rekindle the DIY spirit that was prevalent among nerds in the 1980s. Super-modder Ben Heck took that nostalgia-fuelled idea, and went one step further by creating a Raspberry Pi case that resembles an iconic computer from the War Games era. Built to resemble the BBC Micro computer, the case has a full keyboard, I/O ports and even something that the Raspberry Pi lacks -- a power switch. By: Roberto Baldwin, Edited by: Ian Steadman Continue reading... -
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