Anyone in Toronto interested in a 1984 Mac 512K? Free, as-is. Pickup only, East York. It's just light enough to carry on transit.
I kinda need to know whether to hang onto it or Got Junk it by tomorrow, and I'll only be around till the 1st to give it away.
@giltay if only you were in Melbourne AU - good luck rehoming these beauties with someone who loves them.
If that IIGS is still available I know there are a couple of people on the 6502 forum who are local and could well be interested.
@giltay is there some kind of computer museum you could donate it to? Seems a shame to bin computing history that's in decent condition.
@TrechNex I know. I was hoping to donate them to the local Apple users club but it turns out it's long gone. I have a few people interested, thankfully.
@giltay Aw man, if you were in Vancouver I'd take this (and/or the IIGS) in a heartbeat!!! Hope you can find someone to take it. You could do a Craigslist post maybe?
@amatecha I'd ship them, but it's probably cheaper to buy one local! I've got some people interested, thanks.
@linear @amatecha I received the Mac as surplus from an organization I was an officer of. I couldn't ethically sell it myself. I'd rather give it away to an enthusiast, anyway. (Or a reseller who needs the money and is willing to pretend to be an enthusiast to get free stuff from a middle-class white guy.)
@giltay I wish I lived near Toronto... actually, I say that a lot and not just for cool computers...
@mhoye You monster!
(nb: not really)
The cool kids are doing a 3d printed mini case with a decent resolution LCD and a Raspberry Pi.
An M1 Mini would fit nicely, but dremeling out all the ports would be unfun
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