One of my most favourite vintage keyboards is the Apple Extended Keyboard II from the Macintosh II and SE era of the late 1980s. It is a height adjustable, full sized keyboard and it is featuring the rainbow coloured apple logo as well as, in some models, mechanical ALPS switches. Since it requires quite a lot time to research all the things about those keyboards, I decided to sum up and share my knowledge and a few resources on these awesome boards.
I got my hands on a 2012 Mac Mini, nobody was really doing work with anymore, today. To prevent it from getting covered in dust and living a hardware afterlife in a drawer of a Berlin office building, I asked if I am allowed to take it home with me. I initially thought of replacing my rather beefy home server (I have radius, a VPN and a media centre running amongst a 3D printing interface and some render applications) with it.