This glorious piece of work is a self-contained retro games emulator, lovingly crafted out of polished, shaped, and drilled aluminium. The buttons are custom-made, the joystick is custom-made, and it can be used either as an all-in-one gaming system or as a USB joystick. Naturally, there’s a Raspberry Pi at the heart of this device.
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