In the spirit of all things ‘Mini’ nowadays, John Leake of the RetroMacCast has recreated the original Apple Macintosh into a tiny new form factor just one third the size of the original and considerably faster thanks to modern computing technology.
How cute is this thing, really now? This adorable bugger is actually just a shell for the ever-so-amazing Raspberry Pi, with an LCD attached, but it sure brings back the nostalgia of some of the first mass market personal computers. The Mini Mac runs System 6, thanks to an emulator, and packs 3.5-inch LCD display with a 512 x 384 pixel resolution. Naturally it comes with 2 USB ports, Bluetooth for all your desktop hardware and an HDMI port if the tiny display just doesn’t seem to tickle your fancy!
Sadly it won’t be sold, or mass produced in any way, so unless you make one of your own, it will stay the thing of dreams.