A Game Boy Commodore 64 mashup #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
This handheld Commodore 64 (or just Handeld 64) is a mashup of ideas and a fresh take on recreating the classics. From Hackaday:
It’s now nearly four decades since the iconic Commodore 64 8-bit computer saw the light of day, and the vintage format shows no sign of dying. Enthusiasts have produced all kinds of new takes on the platform, but it’s fair to say that most of them have concentrated on the original style keyboard console form factors. A completely different take on a Commodore 64 comes from [UNI64] in the form of the Handheld 64, a complete Commodore 64 in a Game Boy style form factor that uses the original 64 chipset.
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