3D Printed Apple II Joystick – A Fusion of Nostalgia and Innovation

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Please add your name to projects@8bittees.com to add you to the waiting list. Once we have a joystick will email you with purchase information.

The 3D recreation of the iconic Apple II Joystick, keeping all the classic features with brand new mechanical parts. The moving parts brand new, adapted to work seamlessly with Apple II’s that use the DB9 port.

The switches are brand-new Matias key switches, a new version of the ALPS keys that were so successful in most original keyboards.

By using these materials, the quality and durability are better. The 3D printed case and switches resemble the original and is crafted to be enjoyed and used with your retro systems.

Features:

Paying homage to the iconic Apple II era, this joystick mirrors the classic design that gamers fondly remember.

Precision Engineering: Crafted with precision using advanced 3D printing technology, delivering the same accuracy and responsiveness.

Community-Centric: I understand the passion of the Apple II community and have created a product that resonates with your love for retro gaming.

Future options: different colors to match your computer system, custom switch colors too!

This product will be offered as a custom, non-commercial homebrew item, it is not by any means trying to take advantage of Apple trademarks, but in honor of the original and to keep it as close as possible, the Apple logo is used in the case and label.

Because this is a homebrew limited item, it will only be offered as an on-demand item. Fulfillment time: one week.

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The 3D recreation of the iconic Apple II Joystick, keeping all the classic features with brand new mechanical parts. The moving parts brand new, adapted to work seamlessly with Apple II's that use the DB9 port.
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