The Nintendo Switch is a great console, but for those who prefer playing real N64 games without emulation, there's this portable N64, created by none other than Ben Heck. "To assemble the battery board, he takes a PCB and makes marks on back of it to indicate where the 3D printed fan assembly is. He uses the empty space to rebuild the power circuitry. He places four 3.7 volt cells on top of the unit. Ben goes with a 5" PlayStation 1 LCD, ironically because of his history with the Nintendo PlayStation Prototype. Sony probably liked 7.4 V because they were an early adopter of Li-Ion which scales in multiples of 3.4 V. The screen has an audio amplifier built into it," according to Element 14. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing what's actually inside the iPhone X.