DIY: Windows 98 Wristwatch Using Raspberry Pi

So you want to build your own wristwatch with Raspberry Pi? 314reactor has shared a guide that shows you how to do just that and run Windows 98 on it. You are going to need a touchscreen display, case, buttons, switch, Powerboost 500, and a few other parts to get started.

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QEMU is the emulator chosen for this project. If you miss those good old days of constant blue screens of death, you may want to give this project a try. More info is available here.

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