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Ben Heck's Atari 800 handheld

Part one, with more to come in a later episode.
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07.15.18
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What are your favorite 8-bit computers from the '80s? Ben Heck's is the Atari 800, and what better thing to do as a final project than make it portable? That's right, it's time for a teardown. After pulling the Atari apart to reverse-engineer it, Ben uses Autodesk Eagle to create a printed circuit board. Join the element14 Community to share your builds, find help and engage with the team.

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