Ben Heck shows off his latest creation, the nPod v.2. This updated version uses a different “NES on a chip motherboard” and is smaller then the original nPod.

It has an easy-to-use sliding battery pack (4 AA’s that last a long time) and clean, simple styling. And lo and behold it has a headphone jack! Customization would also be possible, such as all the gray parts could be a different color, for instance. The rear of the unit. When finished they’ll be a cushion strip at the bottom for your fingers

Ben Heck shows off his latest creation, the nPod v.2. This updated version uses a different “NES on a chip motherboard” and is smaller then the original nPod.

It has an easy-to-use sliding battery pack (4 AA’s that last a long time) and clean, simple styling. And lo and behold it has a headphone jack! Customization would also be possible, such as all the gray parts could be a different color, for instance. The rear of the unit. When finished they’ll be a cushion strip at the bottom for your fingers