Ben's 2 new portables

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Post by madc0w » Wed Dec 14, 2005 6:06 pm

*o* wrote:lets see so ben has built portables of these consoles:

Atari 2600
NES
SNES
N64
PSONE
PSTWO
Neo-Geo

he has said he cant/doesnt/isnt currently want to build these (note this list may be updated):

XBOX
Gamecube
Atari 7800
XBOX 3.1415981682638774934476985873986498
Dreamcast?
Sega cd/32x

This leaves these:



32/64-bit era (1993-1999)

* Sega Saturn (1994)
* Virtual Boy (1995)
* Apple Pippin (1995)
* PC-FX (1994)
* Playdia (1994)
* Atari Jaguar (1993) (64-bit)
o Atari Jaguar CD (1995)
* 3DO (1993)



16-bit era (1989-1994)

* Philips CD-i (1994)
* Commodore Amiga CD32 (1993)
* Supervision (1992)
* Neo-Geo (1990)
o Neo-Geo CD
o Neo-Geo CDZ
* TurboGrafx 16 (1989)
o TurboGrafx-CD
o TurboDuo
o TurboExpress
o SuperGrafx


8-bit era/Post-crash of '83 era (1985-1990)

* Commodore 64GS (1990)
* Amstrad GX4000 (1990)
* PC Engine (1987, Japan)
* Atari XEGS (1987)
* Atari 7800 (1986)
* Sega Master System (1986) / SG-1000 Mark III (1985, Japan)
* Nintendo Entertainment System (1985) / Famicom (1983, Japan)


Early cartridge-based 8-bit systems (1979-1984)

* Vectrex (1982)
* Emerson Arcadia 2001 (1982)
* Atari 5200 (1982)
* Colecovision (1982)
* Game And Watch (1980) (handheld)
* Intellivision (1980)
* APF Imagination Machine (1979)
* Microvision (1979)
* Magnavox Odyssey² (1978)
* Bally Astrocade (1977)
* RCA Studio II (1976)
* Fairchild Channel F (1976)

The first home video games/pre-crash of '77 (1972-1977)

* Coleco Telstar (1976)
* APF TV Fun (1976)
* PONG (1972)
* Magnavox Odyssey (1972)
well, the vectex is basically impossible due to the screen. And just FYI turbografx=pcengine=turbo express, just they are american, japanese, hand held (respectively)
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Post by Trv » Wed Dec 14, 2005 8:32 pm

I would love to see a pong portable :D :D

And, even though it seems ludicrous (speed), i think hes also making a xboxp because it will "shock the world" and the power supply would be a problem like he said.
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Post by Darth Fett » Wed Dec 14, 2005 8:34 pm

When will he just tell us already!!!
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Post by Tromoly4130 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 1:46 pm

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I think Ben will make a 3DO portable, just to be different :lol: . As for the new system, I'd think maybe a Saturn Portable. Just my $.02.
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Post by Lucretius » Sat Dec 17, 2005 2:30 pm

A saturnp would be neat. Saturn Bomberman was the best...*sigh*... :)
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Post by Zacko187 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 3:14 pm

benheckc wrote:It's not a 360... that's insane! Even if I had the money to spare, wait, I do - I still don't want one! Everyone knows I'm a Sony fanboy.

Gamecube would be kinda cool (anyone wanna donate;) but it's not that either.
Hm.. id like to see a GCp by you :-p maybe ill donate one :)
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Post by bioniclebert » Sat Dec 17, 2005 4:14 pm

Im throwing out a guess (2)

Xbox and intellivision (something old)
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Post by bicostp » Sat Dec 17, 2005 5:38 pm

bioniclebert wrote:intellivision (something old)
:shock: um... I doubt it...

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Post by benheck » Sat Dec 17, 2005 5:41 pm

Wow the speculation runs rampant! Actually a Saturn portable would be cool, I have one, it was a neat system. Well, sort of. A lot of the best games never hit the States, a la Radiant Silvergun.
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Post by Sparkfist » Sat Dec 17, 2005 5:50 pm

Then tells us when will the portables be done/revealed, or if I'm close?

P.S. It isnt one of those Colecovision Plug-n-Play systems is it? Dear god I hope not.
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Post by teraflop122 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:32 pm

You know, someone as skilled as ben shouldn't have to much trouble working with Lithium-Ion cells. With three times the energy density of Ni-HM and Ni-Cd batteries, an Xboxp wouldn't become quite so difficult to power for a reasonable period of time.

For instance, a AA sized Li-Ion battery cell will give you about 7.2 watt-hours of power. If you wanted to run, say, a 136 watt Xbox360 (was that the power draw? Don't remember) for one hour, you'd only need...19 AA size cells.....Ok, that's a lot, but at least its less than 46 :?

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Post by bioniclebert » Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:34 pm

bicostp wrote:
bioniclebert wrote:intellivision (something old)
:shock: um... I doubt it...
Oops mabye I dont know my old systems too well :oops:
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Post by timmeh87 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 8:57 pm

you can get like 50 Wh out of some of the higher-density (and also bigger) li-polys. still, one of them is probably smaller than 7 AAs
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Post by demonofaj » Sat Dec 17, 2005 8:59 pm

MAYBE, a couple of Infolithiums in series. :D
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Post by sammy » Sun Dec 18, 2005 6:13 am

X-Box and Philips Cd-i :lol:

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