Skilled sudomod forum user “banjokazooie” has published their latest creation which is transformed a Wii U handheld gamepad into both a portable computer capable of running Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 operating system and gaming console.
The project has been published to the Hackaday this week providing full details on the project which is powered by Intel M5 processor core M on their Compute Stick, 4GBs RAM, a 64GB solid-state drive,
Together with any 2K LCD touchscreen, Bluetooth, WiFi, a 128GB SD card slot, 2 x 3.7V 4000 mAh batteries. Check out the project finished demonstrated in the video below.
Other components include a Pololu 5V,6A step-down voltage regulator, a Teensy 2.0++ dev board, a battery protection PCB, a USB DAC sound card, stereo amp, a USB hub for everything to plug into, and a TP5100 battery charging board.
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