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N64 Converted to Handheld

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Send the creator this for me...

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seriously though thats f*ck*ng sick

only downside is if you wanted to actually take it out with u, the size of them cartridges :lol:

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if they could have made the n64 that small why was it so big?

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Can't read the link on my phone, but I swear the cartridges are massive how do it take around with you?

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if they could have made the n64 that small why was it so big?

since no one answered.

this kind of technology wasn't available back then.

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sick

what's the power source though?

might as well try these things out as a hobby instead of wasting time

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if they could have made the n64 that small why was it so big?

since no one answered.

this kind of technology wasn't available back then.

i didnt mean as small as the handheld device i meant closer to the size of the motherboard

only thing thats different in this pic is the power source

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so in theory surely they could have come up with something closer to that size than the bulky thing we got?

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the only reason he got the motherboard so small is because i'd assume he soldered other needed parts into different places and worked around the shape of the unit

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nah mate

this is the motherboard as he took it out of the n64

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all hes done in the next step is add power in and visual/audio out

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