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'''''The 8-Bit Guy''''' is an Internet show by David Murray about retro electronics. It primarily focuses on home [[computer]]s of the 8 and 16-bit eras, but also talks about [[video game]]s, various home electronics, and has a sister-site for toy keyboards. Episodes range from how to restore old computers — describing how they worked and instructions for how to modify them — to reviews of modern hardware that adds new life to old electronics.
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'''''The 8-Bit Guy''''' is an Internet show by David Murray about retro electronics. It primarily focuses on home [[computer]]s of the 8 and 16-bit eras, but also talks about [[video game]]s, various home electronics, and has a sister-site for musical toy keyboards. Episodes range from how to restore old computers — describing how they worked and instructions for how to modify them — to reviews of modern hardware that adds new life to old electronics.
  
 
Videos for ''The 8-Bit Guy'' started showing up in my YouTube feed in 2018, and, the more I watched, the more I loved the show. David Murray makes very interesting videos about all the tech I had, a lot I wished I had, and stuff I never knew existed, but now I want.
 
Videos for ''The 8-Bit Guy'' started showing up in my YouTube feed in 2018, and, the more I watched, the more I loved the show. David Murray makes very interesting videos about all the tech I had, a lot I wished I had, and stuff I never knew existed, but now I want.

Revision as of 13:39, 12 February 2020

Title card.

The 8-Bit Guy is an Internet show by David Murray about retro electronics. It primarily focuses on home computers of the 8 and 16-bit eras, but also talks about video games, various home electronics, and has a sister-site for musical toy keyboards. Episodes range from how to restore old computers — describing how they worked and instructions for how to modify them — to reviews of modern hardware that adds new life to old electronics.

Videos for The 8-Bit Guy started showing up in my YouTube feed in 2018, and, the more I watched, the more I loved the show. David Murray makes very interesting videos about all the tech I had, a lot I wished I had, and stuff I never knew existed, but now I want.

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