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  Reply # 1605276 6-Aug-2016 08:44
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My 3D printer. Fun and challenging at the same time. Can't justify it from a practicality point of view, but it scratches a creative itch. Frustrating at times, rewarding when something works.




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  Reply # 1605287 6-Aug-2016 09:41
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Wemos ESP8266... like a Pentium, but with Wifi, inside a matchbox, for $4.00

 

 


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  Reply # 1605299 6-Aug-2016 09:44
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My still-working Commodore 64 I've had since 1987.

 

 

On a related note, Acorn Archimedes; for a machine released in 1987 it was certainly extremely well-designed. The OS is modular and you can "softload" new modules to replace the functionality in ROM. With an up-to-date "SharedCLibrary" (and a few other modules) you can run apps that were written today!

 

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All in one: browse the web, take photos, take videos, calls, txts, listen to music, watch movie, pay for my coffee - smartphone! I wish it can cook :)





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