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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. Shows range from how to restore old computers, describing how they worked, instructions for how to modify them, and reviews of modern hardware that adds new life to old electronics
 
'''''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. Shows range from how to restore old computers, describing how they worked, instructions for how to modify them, and 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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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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Latest revision as of 13:28, 12 November 2019

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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 toy keyboards. Shows range from how to restore old computers, describing how they worked, instructions for how to modify them, and 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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