FastMHZ, creator of the portable NES (above), has sent us a video of it in action — original post here. Parts used in its construction include: 1 x PSOne TFT screen, 1 x NES console, 1 x 3rd-party controller, 8 x lithium-ion cells, 1 x 72-pin game connector, and a homemade clear Lexan case. Clip after the jump.

It’s actually quite comfortable to play as I sanded down the corners on the bottom half of the unit. It’s a bit heavy though, but I have no trouble playing it while laying down or sitting at a table.

[via FastMHZ]

FastMHZ, creator of the portable NES (above), has sent us a video of it in action — original post here. Parts used in its construction include: 1 x PSOne TFT screen, 1 x NES console, 1 x 3rd-party controller, 8 x lithium-ion cells, 1 x 72-pin game connector, and a homemade clear Lexan case. Clip after the jump.

It’s actually quite comfortable to play as I sanded down the corners on the bottom half of the unit. It’s a bit heavy though, but I have no trouble playing it while laying down or sitting at a table.

[via FastMHZ]