It's finally done!!!!!
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/snes1115/ ... /my_photos
The stupid camera flash messed up some pictures, but it's still enough to see the goods!!
This SNESp uses:
-A vacuum formed case--made from black polystyrene
-A PSone Screen w/ Stereo Sound---Sounds Awesome (No pun!!)
-RGB video-Colors that were never seen on composite are visible, Wow!!
-Sony Infolithium battery L size
Other features include:
-Player 2 port (DB-9 jack) Not made a controller for it yet though.
-Headphone port (headphones sound awesome on the SNES)
-Aux Video in (small jack above headphone jack)
-Illuminated Battery meter-A first for portables, I believe. It's an old voltmeter off a WWII era aircraft. I painted a new scale for this application. It allows you to quit guessing how much power is left so you can save your game.
-Standard control layout
This SNESp runs for about six (6) hours on an Infolithium L NP-F960 Cell.
The SNESp mark II also has another unique feature--it uses a model
(second revision) motherboard. Why? you ask. It was a good challenge and it only uses about 90mA more than the mini-SNES.[/b]