RGB2VGA Case


I  have finished my design for a RGB2VGA case, it holds both the RGB2VGA board (Zipster’s Special Edition) and the DE0 Nano.

Pictured below is the case in yellow. For a limited time, the cases will be available in red, yellow, black or white. Like my case for the CocoSDC, the case snaps on.  The cases are available for $25 each plus shipping.

The RGB2VGA system
The RGB2VGA system
3d printed case for the RGB2VGA
3d printed case for the RGB2VGA
Boards just drop into the case.
Boards just drop into the case.

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In the beginning

Long time ago and far away, I subscribed to a magazine called Popular Electronics, and then a revolution started that was destined to change the world. Featured on the cover was a personal digital computer that could be built from kit – the MITS Altair 8080. Not the first computer kit, but definitely the one that kick started the personal computer revolution. It was a few years later that I built my first computer, a Cosmac Elf with a whopping 512 bytes of CMOS memory, built on a solder-less breadboard. Little did I know this was the start of my life long career/hobby.