April 7, 2016 AT 3:00 pm

Retropie Portable Gaming Device (remixed Pocket PiGRRL)

piGRRL pocket remix

Retropie Portable Gaming Device (remixed Pocket PiGRRL)

That Pocket Pi Grrl has some changes from original. It includes :

a Raspberry Pi Zero
custom controller with a d-pad, a/b/x/y buttons + reset & start
PiTFT 2.4″ 320×240 display
2000 mh Lithin Ion battery + charging circuit
no speaker but a jack connector
pgp-top.stl and pgp-bottom.stl are from original Pocket Pi Grrl
I’ve made some changes in top.scad and bottom.scad to fit my changes.

Detailled build instructions are available on hackaday

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