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In fact, Briel said he spent a lot of time "un-implementing" features offered by the modern chips he used -- features unavailable on the chips Woz used in the late 1970s.


For example, when typing onscreen, the replica can perform a backspace, which the original cannot. Briel said it took him weeks to figure out how to disable it.


And I thought I was odd...this guy doesn't just take the cake, he reverse-engineered it.

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