Ben Eater surprised us with his video hands-on series about a breadboard computer.
In many episodes, Ben showed how to build a very simple 6502 computer. Well explained, well executed. The result is a working computer!
You can either source the parts yourself or buy a complete kit from Ben Eater, see his website.
Make sure you buy quality breadboards.
The design is simple, and looks a lot like the early simple SBC’s on this site, and perhaps Grant’s 8-chip (or 7-chip) 6502 computer on breadboard was part of the inspiration.
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