Retro Blu-Ray/DVD Drive at Apple Disk II Case
NES Cartridge Pillows
Have sweet dreams of their great ol’ days beneath those retro NES cartridge pillows. The Pimp My Pillow Store prints old college Nintendo Classic and Super Nintendo match labels onto gray pillows also printed to mimic the various…
The Very Best 80s Toys You Can Still Buy
If you are reading about the best 80s toys it’s still possible to purchase, you are probably indulging in nostalgia, and thinking things were far better in the 80s than they are at the 2010s. I really don’t disagree, however I could say one thing…
Retro TV Smartphone Screen Magnifier
I doubt that this retro TV smartphone display magnifier allows Mama & Pops to throw out their viewing glasses, but in enlarging their mobile or iPhone displays to 2 to 4 times original size, so they will now have the capacity…
THEC64 Mini sets tech-nostalgia at the palm of your hand. Who had been around when the Commodore 64 launched in 1982? Playing a Lode Runner after college with a few Shark Bite fruit snacks and a Capri Sun? Ahhh, gone would be…
Retro Thick Brick Cell Phone
I smell a gift for the grad comin’ in sexy! Offering an LBER KR999 classic thick brick mobile phone to young whippersnappers is like giving them a slice of background to take together into the future. It is a reminder of where…
Playable PONG Coffee Table
The Atari PONG Table isn’t the first example we have seen of a portion of the gambling world. . .that’s still completely operational as a part in the gambling world. Bear in mind that this Nintendo controller…
3D Video Game Shadow Boxes
Glitch Artwork goes 3D geeky with cut prints and foamboard within their series of video game shadow boxes. What is your pleasure? By Street Figher to Super Mario Bros., Pac-Man to Mega Man, these hand crafted bits…
Commodore C64x Extreme
And finally, after more than 25 decades, the long awaited update to the Commodore 64. This was my very first personal computer ever. My father took me to NYC in which he had been shooting a commercial for a toy company. They’d all…
Black Retro Nixie Clock
Thirty-year-old nixie tubes along with 22 hours of handiwork move into these retro clocks out of Nuvitron. The artisans who make them set true, Cold-War-era nixie tubes hauled back from a dusty cellar at the former Soviet…
Retro Game Phone Cases
Retro game smartphone instances go officially retro–such as straight back to the 1920s when the only people still living who would recall pachinko boards and ball mazes as their main form of childhood entertainment actually can’t…
Retro Blu-Ray/DVD Push in Apple Disc II instance
Want a gift for a teen. . .in 1983? This retro Blu-ray / DVD Drive slipped within an Apple Disc II instance is a piece of art, a bit of history, a slice of nostalgia, along with a pleasant way to watch the at HD all in one.
Etsy shop Retro Connector repurposes actual Apple Disc II 5-1/4″ floppy drives within this mashup of Wozniak’s finest and. . .who invented DVDs and Blu-ray? . . .whoever invented DVDs and Blu-ray’s modern upgrades. Pretty simply, a USB 3 Blu-ray drive replaces the guts of an Apple Disc II – a Retro Connector has already, or your own that you send in – to make a pleasant and operational throwback desktop screen.
The updated case has new USB and power panels on the back, but is otherwise unmodified, right down to its own spring-loaded door drive hinges along with the blinking disk activity LED.
Retro Connector uses Disk II floppy drives that are no longer worker, but also in great physical shape to make his own Blu-ray DVD instances. The USB 3 Blu-ray drive can read and write CDs and DVDs.