The Macintosh Classic iPad Stand


Wed, Jun 23rd, 2010 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Although Google Translate turns this entire Japanese website into some strange rendition of Engrish, the pictures tell another story. This user gutted his old Macintosh Classic and, after creating a special slot on the side, turned it into the most unusual of iPad stands. It's somewhat amusing to think at just how much graphical and processing power sits in an iPad when compared to the original 8hz CPU of the old Macintosh Classic.



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