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.
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.