Mainly Neat Stuff --> Vintage Macintosh --> The Ugly Mac 128
Bob Brant's book "Build Your Own Macintosh and Save a Bundle" describes how to assemble Mac components into a PC case. The Mac below is a variant on this theme and comprises a Mac 128K logic board in a slim line enclosure. There is no internal floppy drive and a home made composite video adapter has been fitted.
My attempts to use this device have not been successful as I can't get any of my monitors to sync with the video output but it appears to boot from an external floppy drive.
Please note that I am not the creator of this device, so no flames please.
The inspiration for this hack may have come from the February 1988 issue of "Apple User" magazine. The article includes a schematic for a composite video adapter for the compact Mac and a description of how to modify a monochrome Apple IIgs display to work with such an adapter.
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