These sorts of projects are all over, from this Raspberry Pi Super Nintendo to a Modern System in a 386 case to a Ryzen in a TRS80 to perhaps my personal favorite, this PC in an old Philco radio; giving new life to an enclosure designed decades ago has a certain magic to it for many, myself included. I stumbled upon the chassis for this build while on Craigslist scavenging for parts for another build, and at $30 I figured that even if I just used it as a display or stuffed a Raspberry Pi into it for a low powered linux machine I could get some use out of it (in retrospect this is a bad way to justify purchases). Although it's from this century, the internals make it ancient in computer terms, and the design is striking: unlike anything Apple had done before, with its flat panel screen and hemispherical base, and visually revolutionary in a way that few of their devices have been since. . .