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    Hey Guys,

    i wanted to present you my RetroPie Project.
    It isn’t finished yet but i wanted to show it.

    I want this console to use while traveling and on a big TV when playing with frinds.

    – Find a Place where i can put the USB plugs for Joysticks/WLAN.
    – Connect the buttons with the GPIO Pins and write some code that make them recognized by RetroPie.
    – Connect a small powerfull rechargeable battery.
    – Mini Audio Amplifier and Mini Speaker.
    – Power Switch (and LEDs).
    – Cut the holes for HDMI and USB.
    – Close all the other holes.
    – Hedaphone JAck.

    – Very little Space to use the original Start, Select, Volume, etc. Buttons.
    – R and L Buttons are very difficult to get working without the original Pads and PCB.



    Here are the Pictures.

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