THE Macintosh Classic it is undoubtedly one of Apple’s iconic computers.
Hardly anyone here even used it, but surely almost everyone recognizes the look of the machine from a distance.
In 2013, John Leake (from RetroMacCast) decided to create a 100% functional miniature version of the computer.
With you, the Mini Mac!
He created the external structure of the computer using Sintra PVC plates, knives and files; at the rear we have HDMI, USB and Ethernet ports; internally it has a 3.5-inch composite monitor, a Raspberry Pi model B card (with 512MB RAM), power adapter and everything else that is entitled.
After a few modifications, the Mini Mac came to life:
As we can see in the video, it runs MacPaint, plays games and even has After Dark flying toasters – not to mention the Bluetooth keyboard and mouse! But do you know what’s cooler? Comparatively, this machine is much more powerful and has more features than the Macintosh Classic, even at a third of the original size! ?