A kit for a handheld games console with a 2.8" screen and all the buttons needed for some retro gamingDesigned by Ampersand, Ships from United Kingdom
This is a kit for the Game Boy Null. What is a Game Boy Null? A fully made Game Boy Null has a 2.8" ili9341 screen, 1000mAh battery that provides about 2-3 hours battery life, TP4056 charger, all t...Read More…
This is a kit for the Game Boy Null.
A fully made Game Boy Null has a 2.8" ili9341 screen, 1000mAh battery that provides about 2-3 hours battery life, TP4056 charger, all the buttons needed to play SNES games, and a Raspberry Pi Zero W, all enclosed in a clear acrylic case. Its overall dimensions are 134 x 56 x 19 mm.
The kit itself is the same, but the supporting materials have all been improved. The build guide has been expanded and now includes photos of everything. There's now an alternative version of the case, see the build guide for more details. The pi image is now less than 1GB to download and can be used on smaller SD cards.
This kit does not include the acrylic case. The case design files are to be cut from 3mm and 5mm clear acrylic (the file names tell you which is which), get them here.
The PCB, design files, and Pi image provided are identical to those I used to make the device shown here. Please check that each component works properly before building the device. I can't provide any guarantees for something that you build. For legal reasons, the Pi image does not include any games. Refer to the RetroPie documentation for details about connecting to a WiFi network and adding games.
I am not responsible for any duty or import fees and the delivery charge does not cover these charges as I cannot predict their amount.
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