We’ve seen cyberdecks built out of Geiger counters, flight cases, and other rugged boxes, all suitable for hacking on the go in the increasingly likely event of a nuclear apocalypse. What we’ve never seen before is a cyberdeck housed in a vintage record player.

Enter, the Crosberry Pi. It’s housed in a Crosley portable record player and, brilliantly, it uses the original speakers and tone and volume knobs. Computing power is provided by a Raspberry Pi 4, and there’s a trackball mouse, mechanical keyboard, and a 10.1-inch screen for all your interface needs.


From HackSpace magazine store


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