You might have seen the NES Micro and/or the Atari 800 Laptop, now feast your eyes on the Portable Nintendo 64. Ben Heckendorn once again shows us what custom gaming is all about. He basically ripped apart a full sized Nintendo 64, removed the circuit boards, and reassembled the parts with a little hacking in to the custom case he built. It uses a 5″ PSOne LCD Display which is more than enough to display the 64’s graphics in its full glory. The Portable Nintendo 64 measures 9″ x 5.5″ x 2.5″ which is quite chunky in size. Source: [benheck]

You might have seen the NES Micro and/or the Atari 800 Laptop, now feast your eyes on the Portable Nintendo 64. Ben Heckendorn once again shows us what custom gaming is all about. He basically ripped apart a full sized Nintendo 64, removed the circuit boards, and reassembled the parts with a little hacking in to the custom case he built. It uses a 5″ PSOne LCD Display which is more than enough to display the 64’s graphics in its full glory. The Portable Nintendo 64 measures 9″ x 5.5″ x 2.5″ which is quite chunky in size. Source: [benheck]