26 Feb '13, 11pm

Smashed tablet in NES case lives out its days as an emulator

Smashed tablet in NES case lives out its days as an emulator

The creator of this project started off with a 7″ tablet he received from a coworker. The screen was horribly smashed from one corner spreading out through the entire surface. But the hardware inside still worked, including the HDMI out port. He ended up transplanting the tablet hardware for use as an emulator . After a bit of sizing up it was determined that the tablet hardware would fit inside the case of a broken NES. The battery would have been a tough fit, but this thing is always going to need to be connected to a television so there’s no need to work without mains power. The back plate was cut down to size and used as a try for mounting the motherboard in the case. Before that step he wired up a USB hub and mounted it so that two ports could be accessed through the original controller port openings. There’s no details on the software used, but the final image in the...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/02/26/smashed-tablet-in-nes-case...

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