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LEGO Apple II: Your Minifig’s First Computer

by Lambert Varias
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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.

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