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+ - The 8-bit computer that's been built by hand->

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nk497 writes "Forget snapping a few components into a motherboard — programming enthusiast Jack Eisenmann has made his own PC from scratch. His Duo Adept, as he's named it, features 64KB of main memory, 256 bytes of RAM and, in total, 263 lines of code for his homemade OS. Sure, it can't run Crysis, but it does run a game he's written himself. Check out the video of the homemade 8-bit computer in action here."
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The 8-bit computer that's been built by hand

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