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« on: June 17, 2011, 06:55:33 AM »

I wanted this so bad back in the day... i already blew my 1200$ on the atari st though:

Atari 1040 ST Magic Sac+

Magic Sac+ was released in 1986 - This is a rare find !

Made by Data Pacific, Inc.

MagicSAC was designed by a guy named David Small... you plug original Mac ROM's into the module and it plugs into the cartridge port on any Atari ST system and runs Mac software perfectly.... it was a great emulation system. Interesting story.... David was pulling ROM's out of the dumpsters at Apple and reselling them, Apple got wind of this and sued David and stopped throwing the ROM's away and started to sell them to resellers. The suit was dropped and MagicSac continued on into the early 90s

A Product  for Atari ST/STE/TT computers to run the Macintosh OS and Mac programs, and it was actually faster than the Macintiosh counterpart. The original for the classic Mac compatibility was the Magic Sac; a cartridge (with MAC OS ROMS in it) and software.

Found this little cartridge in a bunch of Atari 1040 ST stuff.

A very nice piece of Vintage Atari History.

Rare and hard to find - Makes your Atari work like a MAC.

Hackintoshes are what they were called and have a long history over 20 years ago.

p.s. fuck all yall mother fuckers, its friday!

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« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2011, 07:22:48 AM »

Do ya think he was giggling, naming his package a magic sac?  Wink

Nice one Phae.

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