This cyberdeck takes heavy cues from vintage computing and early game systems. Super slick project from u/crookdmouth on Reddit:
About 9 years ago I made a handheld computer that was pretty usable but I found the keyboard unfriendly.
Portable Handheld Computer https://imgur.com/gallery/4OPBb6m
Since then I wanted to make a very usable version. My first computer was a TRS-80 MC-10 so I decided to gain my inspiration from the Coco family of computers.
It is a Pi 3B with the Pimoroni HyperPixel 4.0 Square, 3D analog usb encoder, generic arcade stick, 24mm buttons, generic anolog stick, Anker PowerCore 26800 and SK-64 mechanical keyboard.
Runs for 12 hours or more.
The analog stick is the mouse. The two knobs are horizontal and vertical scroll wheels. Easy access micro-sd,one usb, one hdmi, one headphone jack. Usb-c for when you’re near a power source. The switch is on/off/on to choose between battery and power.
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