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Build Your Own All-In-One, Cyberpunk Inspired Computer

Not every project needs to be extremely useful, sometimes, it’s just about making something cool. Case in point, over on Node, they show you how to put together a cyberpunk-inspired computer from an old Commodore case and a Raspberry Pi. Read more...
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