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a nice NES-case for Pi and a "system-controller" for 25$

  • EDIT, sorry I posted this in the wrong category, so I made a new post in project and themes and intended to delete this post. But now when I tried that it says...

    You are only allowed to delete posts for 3 minute(s) after posting"

    I think it would be best to continue this (if anybody want to) in the the new thread

    Maybe a mod could delete this, again sorry about the mess.

    Since Nintendo did not want my money for the NES or the SNES i just went ahead and used a Pi inside of a Clone, it turns out it was really easy to do the mod (see video).
    The NES clone looks really good!

    Also added video for working on/off buttons, one for USB connectors, and a bonus vide might show up on how you could put the original internals from the clone inside a controller.

    Now I got a ZNES instead, Zuper Neat Enterntainment Sytem. I do not think I would have used a NES or SNES nearly as much, I love my ZNES, using it mostly for Arcades right now, awesome!

    So thanks to Nintendo for not wanting my money, this is so much better! :)

    Hope someone finds the guides usefull, and hey I'm sorry for the Swenglish.

    First video, how to fit the Raspberry Pi

    Video nr 2, how to connect working on/off buttons.

    Nr, tips on how to add external USB...

    Extra: added the internals from the Clone to a controller.

  • @zippiz this is cool. Any ebay links?

  • Thanks, just search for [ nes 500 console ] and you should some for 22us or even.

    I just realised that this thread should have been posted in " PROJECTS AND THEMES " ?? :(

  • @zippiz i also stumbled on a website that sells an actual nes classic clone.

  • @edmaul69 I have read about it, but it seems like the actual Classic Clone (Not the kind in the videos) has vanished.
    ETA Prime took a look at this knock off as well.

  • @dragonsparks i found a big name site that sells tons of knockoffs with them.

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