HyperKin's SupaBoy S might be more practical, but this guy's custom creation will definitely turn more heads. Why? Well, he managed to turn a Super Famicom / Super NES console into a fully-functional portable gaming machine, completed with LCD display, integrated controller and a top-loading cartridge slot. Other features include: built-in speakers with a volume knob on the back and a light-up power button. Continue reading for a video of it in-action.
"And instead of gutting a controller and integrating the electronics into the housing so it looked more like a Game Boy, the hacker behind this portable console simply cut a hole and plopped a Famicom controller right into his creation," reports Gizmodo.