Ever since the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) was first released in 1990, gamers worldwide have wanted a portable version of the console, whether it be official or unofficial. Sure, there have been several attempts by third parties, but none as cool as this custom creation by Restore Technique. Simply put, they took an original SNES controller and crammed a Raspberry Pi Zero mini computer inside, thus effectively turning it into a portable game console. Read more for a video and additional information.
Other parts used include a WaveShare GamePi15 hat, Little Bird 3.7V 600mAh lithium-polymer battery, a 30-pin / 0.8mm pitch flat flex cable that has been trimmed to 20-pin, 28AWG silicon wire, SanDisk Ultra 16GB microSD card, microUSB breakout boards, mini HDMI breakout board, SPDT slide switch, and 6×6 mm button switches. Just in case you’re wondering, the games being demonstrated are Super Mario World, Super Punch-Out!! and Super Double Dragon.
- Hd audio and video (720p) with 16: 9/ 4: 3 Switch (HD cable only)
- High compatibility with (NTSC/PAL) NES, Super NES/Super Famicom, and Genesis/Mega drive cartridges