This vintage Frankenstein iMac is a dual-booting time machine

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    This vintage Frankenstein iMac is a dual-booting time machine



    It may seem hard to believe, but there was a time when Apple didnít ship computers without a built-in monitor as an exception, but as the rule. Such was the case with the venerable Apple II, which shipped with a behemoth of a 320 x 200 CRT monitor that weight a monstrous 22 poundsÖ more than a 27-inch iMac weighs today!

    So in a very real way, this computer ó built from an old Apple II connected by some kind of magic to an iMac running as the display by Franceso Zaia ó isnít just a sext Frankenstein. Itís actually a lighter, more efficient Apple II monitor than the original. And as an added bonus, you can dual boot up to OS X when the mood suits.





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