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Raspi Boy

Build your own retro handheld game console

Nintendo Classic Mini

The NES is back... but it's mini!

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Ask anyone born between 1975 and 1990 about gaming and chances are they've got fond memories of Super Mario Kart or Street Fighter II on Nintendo's original SNES console. Originally launched in Japan in 1990 and here in the UK in '92, it went toe-to-toe with the Sega Mega Drive for living room domination.
Forbes
Nintendo sold 4 million SNES Classic Edition units since that system was released in late 2017. That's a pretty staggering figure when you think about it, especially since the company was also selling Nintendo Switch units hand over fist. Over 13 million Switch units have been sold-through to consumers since the system's launch in early 2017.
16 Alternatives to Nintendo Classic Mini

Kite

Make your own Smartphone

Kite is a DIY kit of electronic components. You can now build a smartphone with your own hands! A KitePhone (i.e. a phone built with Kite) is a powerful Android smartphone that offers a surreal Android experience. It is not a fixed phone - it's configurable in every way. The "case" is 3D printed. And you can change anything.. your lifestyle too!

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The C64 Mini

Everyone's fave first computer, rebooted at 50% scale.

Launched in 1982, the C64 home computer went on to dominate the home computer scene throughout the 1980s. 35 years later and it’s back. THEC64 Mini plugs into any modern TV via its HDMI port and gamers can play any one of the 64 licensed classic pre-installed games.

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Shadow

Transform any device into a supercharged gaming machine.

Shadow is an high-end, always up-to-date PC in the cloud that streams in 4k without control latency to any of your devices. For $35 / month, you'll be never have to worry about having your own gaming machine at home.

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There are a host of different streaming services around these days, all promising to be the one to make your bulky gaming desktop a thing of the past. And there hasn't been a single one that has made me think I could ever give up on my gaming rig...
The Verge
French startup Blade is bringing its Shadow cloud gaming service to California after a launch in France and the UK. The service, which streams PC games by way of a virtual machine, is the latest product trying to be a "Netflix for games."
8 Alternatives to Shadow
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