13 Mar '13, 3am

Hinged NES case hides an integrated LCD screen

Hinged NES case hides an integrated LCD screen

To our eye the NES looks completely unmodified when the case is closed. The cartridge slot still accepts games, but you don’t have to lower the frame into place once that cartridge has been inserted. The image above shows a ribbon cable connecting the top and bottom halves of the build. It routes the signals for both the LCD screen and the cartridge adapter to the hardware in the base. He mentions that he used the original power supply. We’re not sure if the original motherboard is used as well or if this is using some type of emulator.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/03/12/hinged-nes-case-hides-an-i...

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