The OpenPandora is a handheld, Linux-based game system with the guts of a low-power PC and the ability to emulate classic video game consoles. It’s based on open source software… and now the hardware designs are also open source.
Files are here, the post says they’re non-commercial use “the case and full hardware design files and documentation (schematics, gerber, BoM, etc.) have been opened up for non-commercial use.”
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