A new issue of the awesome official Raspberry Pi magazine MagPi is now available both online and from your local newsagents in the form of MagPi issue 67. Which brings with it plenty of retro computing goodness including hardware emulation and classic coding using the Pi range of mini PC systems.
This months Pi magazine includes plenty of articles on emulating and up cycling retro computers as well as tutorial showing how to strip-out a broken retro Sinclair ZX Spectrum and fit a Raspberry Pi under the hood, connecting it to the iconic rubber keys to create a powerful ready to go retro styled mini PC system.
The raspberry Pi foundation also explains that retro computing enthusiast K.G. Orphanides explains more about how to use the Raspberry Pi mini PC to emulate these classic machines. Providing a list of the best emulators available and some of the homebrew software people have created for them. The latest MagPi magazine also includes an in-depth article about improving your security and privacy online and when using your Raspberry Pi. As well as being able to use you Pi hardware to increase your network security.
MagPi issue 67 is available today from WHSmith, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and Asda. If you live in the US, head over to your local Barnes & Noble or Micro Center in the next few days for a print copy. Jump over to the official Raspberry Pi Foundation website by following the link below for more details.
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