This ones all done! Here's some craptastic pics of the finished unit, my camera wants to make everything dark and blurazy tonight for some reason.
Unit is 100% done, tested, etc, etc. Sans the L/R decals and the logo decal I'd like to apply:
I'm not 100% sure about it though, what do you guys think?
This one is real similar to the Revolution in every way, I tweaked out a bit more battery life in this one somehow though. 3 hours and 40 minutes!Features:
Custom Vacuum formed case, slightly frankencased.
Dimensions: L: 9 3/16" H: 4 5/8" W: 1 1/2"
Weight: 1.835 lbs
5" Dalian "Good Screen"
Wiikey Fusion - GC lidswitch included for multi disc game support via the SD swap method.
AlmostWTF cut GameCube motherboard (onboard audio pre-amp retained) + Trimmed official GC heatsink with Tchay's netbook fan @ 5v
6x 2600mah Lithium-Ion Batterys (7.4v 7800mah total) = Roughly 3 hours and 40 minutes playtime. System is wired to "play and charge".
Zenloc's custom regulator: CPU=1.5v GPU=1.7v 3.3v and 5v all regulated separately for maximum battery life.
Official GameCube controller with rumble relocation, iPhone 3GS rumble motors, fully functional L/R "triggers" via the dual tact mod.
Internal 128mb Memory card on slot "A", Internal SD Gecko on slot "B". Save game transfer possible via external adapter.
iPod/iPhone audio amp with DSLite speakers + switching headphone jack.
Mario's low battery indicator circuit. Active @ ~30 minutes left.
Audio/Video out via custom A/V cable
2 player support! Switchable player 1 between internal and external controller port.