Retroish computers. Its modern hardware in old cases. On the left has a ASROCK ITX board and the right a RPI3.
@adamd what is the actual point of doing this.
You basically build a Laptop setup (screen size) with out touchpad, with fixed display angle, and not portable.
@adamd My first computer was a TRS-80 Model II - already quite rare in 1988. While it's fun to use these cases for modern computers, it makes no sense ergonomically. (Like classic Macs.)
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