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LEGO Apple II: Your Minifig’s First Computer

by Lambert Varias

LEGO enthusiast Chris McVeigh aka PowerPig is known for his miniature LEGO models of old electronics and computers, particularly Apple’s early products. His latest creation is a model of the Apple II.

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Chris calls it My First Computer (Binary Edition). It has a couple of neat touches. First are the custom-printed display slopes, which were made by customBricks. The second are the internal components, which you can view by opening up the model’s computer unit.

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You can pre-order the model’s LEGO kit on Chris’ online shop for $89.50(USD). Chris will also post a how-to guide on his website for those that want to use their own LEGO pieces.

[via The Brothers Brick]




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