Update: Announcing "Apple WIIe"! Ultimately I found the Pi a little too slow on some emulators (particularly LinApple sadly), and overly complex to get working. I therefore say to you... Welcome to Apple WIIe An Apple //e concealing a hacked Nintendo Wii emulating... an Apple //e! Video of turning on the Apple //e with the Wiimote: WATCH VIDEO (12s) This is largely the same concept as my Raspberry "Apple Piie", however I have taken the same USB keyboard adapter from the //e but this time connected it to a Nintendo Wii: With the HDMI adapter it sits a little better if placed diagonally in the box. The power brick also fits in there, just like with the original Apple //e! The processor is better than the Pi, so the //e emulator (WinApple) works much better! Mmm, Option 11 please! Shopping list: - Apple //e case - Apple //e keyboard > USB adapter: https://www.tindie.com/products/option8/retroconnector-keyboard-shield-for-apple-iie/ - Nintendo Wii - SD Card (recommend 16GB) - Optional Wii > HDMI adapter (see picture above) - Optional USB hub if you want to add peripherals/USB drive/IIe joystick adapter: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...=as2&tag=secure0dd-20&linkId=O4RMMMEJNGWUFIFL - Optional 3.5mm jack if you want to connect the HDMI adapter to the Apple //e case's speaker (as per Apple Piie) - LetterBomb Hack (incl. HackMii installer & Homebrew Channel): http://please.hackmii.com/ - Homebrew Browser: http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_Browser Instructions: - Find your Wii MAC address within Wii network settings - Enter it at the LetterBomb download page (above) - Download & copy LetterBomb Hack files to root of a blank SD card - Place SD card in Wii - Go to Wii messages and the hack message will soon appear, so just open it and enjoy! - Put Homebrew Browser on the SD card (using PC again) and then open it from Homebrew Channel - Install the emulators you want from Homebrew Browser incl. of course "WiiApple" - I recommend also installing WiiXplorer which lets you click "Start > FTP Server" then access your SD card over your Wi-Fi using Cyberduck or similar. Yup, this //e has Wi-Fi too! - Copy the Apple .dsk files to the SD card (to browse from them, hit "3" on the //e keyboard which emulates "F3") As shown in the video above, the Wiimote is able to 'turn on' the //e because really the Wii is just supplying power to the USB connector that powers the keyboard, and so the keyboard light! I thought that was pretty cool – a remote control Apple //e ;-) Any questions let me know!