Ok, so this isn’t exactly as pocket-friendly as a classic Nintendo Game Boy, but this custom creation does run macOS Monterey. How? It’s essentially a handheld computer powered by a LattePanda Alpha board. This board has an Arduino (open-source electronics platform) integrated to map the Game Boy buttons as well as the resistive touch screen. The device uses a Python script to communicate with the macOS system, allowing it to emulate mouse movements and key presses.
The touch function is non-functional not because of hardware issues, but because the modder accidentally damaged the touch-sensitive system while working on the display module. However, it can still easily switch between Game Boy mode and macOS Monterey, complete with seven push buttons designed for gaming on-the-go. Want to connect a keyboard, mouse or display? Simply plug it into the USB connector.
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