Amiga = Awesome home computer from the late 80's with hundreds of great games.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Minimig_rev1.jpg
Minimig = A solid-state re-implementation (no moving parts, used SD cards instead of floppies) of the Amiga 500 in a single FPGA device on a PCB measuring 12cm x 12cm. Extremely low power (+5v at less than 200mAh).
Minimig + PSOne screen + tiny keyboard/onboard touchpad + joystick = Portable amiga console
I've stripped my PSOne/Zenith screen and now have it all hooked up to the Minimig. I also got hold of an aluminium PSP carry case that is the perfect size for the project - the screen neatly fits into the top of the clamshell and the bottom is deep enough to take the Minimig pcb, a couple of flat 7.4v Li-Po cells and leave neough room above the pcb to fit in a miniature keyboard (and possibly enough a touchpad or mini trackball) so that the whole thing is self contained.
Keyboard is on the way and I'm expecting it next week. I still need to get a li-po battery protection circuit and charger. Various switches and plugs and sockets to more permanently connect the Minimig to the screen and case are arriving in a day or two. Should hopefully update then.
Until then, here's a peak at my working setup (the games are Pinball Dreams and Turrican 2.. gotta love Amiga music!):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bYxhalvGl4