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Currently being used as my main work computer, I've forced it to use Leopard and I've modified a PC AGP card to work in it!
This is a pretty cool custom USB charger built to power up to 16 iPods. Built for a work project. It was actually pretty simple.
I love it when engineeers take pride in their work and add something whimsical. This is art I've found on old electronics.
Overclocking my "Mystic" Colour Classic was actually pretty easy, here are some pics.
My Mac Classic. It was in rough shape but I've done a complete re-cap of both the logic board and analog board.
I'm now the proud owner of some proper server equipment! The Sun Microsystem SunFire V100 is a low power (less than 44Watts) enterprise server in a 1U form factor.
TRS 80 Model 100
Similar to my very first computer the Tandy 102. This is an earlier model, a TRS-80 Model 100. A solid state computer and a very nice early laptop.
The Macintosh SE/30. Expandable to 128MB of RAM on its 8 slots this is essentially a Macintosh IIx in a Macintosh SE case. This is a highly collectable computer and can even run Apple's pre-OSX flavour of UNIX; A/UX.
Photos from a Christmas project to get my Mac Classic speaking TCP/IP and AppleTalk over serial using SLiRP
Well... Turns out it is possible to have reliable external storage on a modern NAS drive from a 68K Mac.
At first I tried to sell this thing when it was broken... Didn't work. Instead I decided to fix it by replacing all the Capacitors on the motherboard.
One dead G3 iMac and an old VCR equals a great project. I hacked this machine into the VCR case and performed a full ATX mod.
The Macintosh FDHD. A great computer with great expandability, at least for it's time, 4MB of RAM and the first Mac with internal expansion for either two floppy drives or a SCSI HDD! The SE was also the first mac to feature an expansion port. The FDHD stands for Floppy Disk High Density.