nintendo\'s mini-nes gets cracked open, and here\'s what\'s inside
, A $60 miniature replica of the NES with 30 games built in and a controller, HDMI cable and USB cable (but on USB-to-AC adapter).
It has several disadvantages (
Like a very short controller line)
, But overall, it looks interesting if you don\'t want to write your own NES emulator in Linux with Raspberry Pi.
It wouldn\'t be so cute anyway.
Nintendo classics will not be available until November 11, but some critics have received them, and Peter Brown of GameSpot even opened the sucker and sent a picture of the motherboard: unless you want to release the flash from the motherboard, it seems impossible to add a new game to the NES Classic. pic. twitter. com/jc99WSrNJj—Peter Brown (@PCBrown)
Bad news November 2, 2016: it will be difficult to modify memory to add new games.
Good news: it\'s running an open-source OS (Linux)
And pack a lot of processing power into a $60 form factor. Reddit (via PCMag)
To figure out what\'s in the box: the system on the chip: all winner R16 (
4 X leather A7, male 400mp2 GPU)RAM: SKHynix (256MB DDR3)
News: The Spansion 512 mb slc nand flash memory, TSOP48To this factor, Gizmodo reports that the processor of the original NES can be monthly.
43 million instructions per second, Nintendo\'s classic ARM Cortex A7 can execute instructions on the 2,850 th.
This seems ridiculous, but Nintendo classics have new features like support for 1080 p HDMI output, different display modes, and save up to four places for each of the 30 games.
The components used are all cheap, even faster than the speed required to run Nintendo.
These are probably the best deals for bulk purchases, and the ability to handle should also make the mockup happy.
If Flash memory is easier to remove. (
Through Gizmodo, PCMag, Reddit and Peter Brown)