Gamer Uses Secondhand Parts to Create SNES Emulator Briefcase

Now this is what you call some pure technical brilliance with a side of MacGyver know how. 

A gamer who goes by the name Webrow on has created this spectacular SNES Emulator housed inside of a briefcase. Talk about extreme mobile gaming!

All of the parts were mostly acquired from older units he had laying around. The LCD came from a broken laptop, as did the SNES controllers. The whole unit runs on the Raspberry Pi platform, which a lot of hackers have been using as of late to make fantastic creations like this. 

Peep a few of the pictures from the entire build below, and be sure to head over to his Imgur page to view the full set.  

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