Hardware Hacker Makes Commodore 64 Laptop

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Yolanda

I never thought that old materials can still be used to create amazing things like this! I must say that I am impressed! Maybe you could make some girly stuff or rather girly-looking laptops. i'd really like to have one of your works! They are amazing! They're like a masterpiece, a work of art! Keep it up!

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Gregory John

Benjamin's works are the coolest! Every work that he's done and will do in the future, is a big and will always be a BIG hit! His works are awesome! I can't wait to try these! I especially like commodore 64 and wii laptop!

 

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rich5665

The C-64 was my first computer, I was crushed when they went under.

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FRAGaLOT

Call me when he makes an Atari 800/XL/XE laptop with a cartrige slot, and a REAL floppy drive (you can use real slim-line 5¼" drives, and 3½) I'd perfer no emulated hardware. Oh and don't forget those DB-9 joystick ports too!

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whathuhitwasntme

I have the original 30 lb external floppy drive for that commodore if he needs it! My first "pc" was a vic 8 then my dad got the commodore 64 complete with an external modem we were "on line" in 1984! Slow as christmas but I wouldnt trade the experience for anything.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blindly Going Where many have gone before but often failing to read the directions!

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AndyYankee17

only about 20 years over due

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grayscare0

That Ben Heck just won't stop spewing out console mods.  If I had the time and patience, I'd certainly try making a "portablized" console myself.

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