Apple sells iMac computers with a choice of 21.5 inch or 27 inch displays. Want something a bit smaller? Then you’re just going to have to build one yourself… like YouTuber The Casual Engineer did.

Kind of.

The “World’s Smallest iMac” looks like an Apple computer, but behind the 7 inch display is a Raspberry Pi computer running a GNU/Linux distribution called Twister OS which has been skinned to look like macOS.

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2 replies on “Lilbits: The tiniest “iMac,” Android for PCs, and Surface Duo unboxed”

  1. Try using this for a long period of time, and I’m betting your neck will hurt from focusing on such a small area. A phone you can move with your hand to a different position. A stationary small display is going to wreak havoc on your body.

  2. I was thinking of getting the Surface Duo as my next phone since a dual screen/folding phone seemed useful. However, I changed my mind after seeing that price. The usefulness of the dual screens and the specs (mostly the battery) doesn’t match the price tag for me.

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