This is my first post and I am in love with the theory of RetroPie. Thank you SO much to the developer and all those who are helping make this great.
I already set up a forum thread about my own project, called the “Apple Piie”, where I convert an Apple //e into a RetroPie box. Feel free to take a look at the photos: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1731238 I’ll keep everything updated in that thread for continuity.
It’s a pleasure to be part of this nostalgic and retrospectively cool scene.
I was finally able to put v2 of my idea into video form!
When I got an empty Apple IIe case, I wanted it to *fully* emulate the machine it once was! ? I hope this continues to invigorate interest in restoring vintage computers! ??️??
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