“LATTEintosh is a DIY PC Made entirely from scratch, Latte Panda 3 Delta is used here and it runs Windows 10!
So here’s something super cool, a full-size Macintosh 128K-inspired PC completely 3D Printed and made from Scratch.So here’s something super cool, a full-size Macintosh 128K-inspired PC completely 3D Printed and made from Scratch.
The heart and brain of this project is a Latte Panda 3 Delta which is a Single Board computer powered by an Intel N5105 11th Gen Mobile Processor, it has 8GB LDDR4 Memory with 64GB eMMC onboard.
As for the display, I’m using a 7-inch HD Display from a previous project that was a Handheld Gaming device. That setup was functional but it lacked power as it had Raspberry Pi 3B+ with only 1GB Ram.
However, this current setup more is much powerful in terms of processing power, RAM, Storage, and other stuff.
For the PC Enclosure, I’ve modeled the whole thing by taking inspiration from the original 1980s Macintosh 128K PC.
Fusion360 was used to prepare the model and I then exported everything and use my good old ender 3 for printing every part with White and Orange PLA.
This Bad boy can run all sorts of stuff, yes it can even run DOOM!
This Article is about the whole built process of this LATTEintosh PC so let’s get started.
these were the things used in this project-
- Latte Panda 3 Delta SBC
- 7- Inch Display (with HDMI Functionality)
- 4 Ohms Speaker
- DC Fan 12V
- HDMI Mini Cable
- 3D printed Parts
- M2 Screws
- M3 Screws”