In the Maker Shed: 8-bit TV-Computer & 72 pin adapter

Check out the new 8-bit TV-Computer from the Maker Shed. It’s a great hackable computer that includes a BASIC programming language with a sprite manipulator. Who doesn’t like classic 8-Bit computers, especially all that nostalgic music? Did I mention you can play your old 8-bit games with an additional adapter? (not included) Check out the link for a lot more information about the 8-bit computer system, including how to play your classic game cartridges!


  • Contains a 1Mhz 6502 chip–the same technology that ushered in the “Home Computer Revolution” in the 1980s
  • Each box comes with a keyboard, mouse, 2 game controllers, operating system cartridge, RCA cables (NTSC video and stereo audio), and a 9 volt power supply.
  • Plays 8-bit 60-pin Japanese game cartridges (such as Famicom cartridges, or NES cartridges with an NES to FC converter)
  • Supplied Cartridge comes with:
  • Mandarin Chinese 8-bit GUI with English DOS prompt
  • BASIC programming language and sprite manipulator (in English)
  • 8-bit Music composer
  • “Visual Theremin” Mode

More about the 8-bit TV-Computer

Also available in the Maker Shed: 72 Pin – 60 Pin Converter (Must have 8-bit TV-Computer)


Do you have a drawer full of 8-bit NES cartridges, but your Nintendo console will only give you the “Slow Blink of Death?” Are you tired of blowing on your cartridges, with no success? A TV-Computer (sold here) and this 72-pin to 60-pin converter will help you bring your cartridges back to life! Very hard to find!

More about the 72 Pin – 60 Pin Converter