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Raspi Boy : Retro handheld emulation console, electronic kit

A project in Paris, France by Pierre-Louis Boyer

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Build your own handheld game console that will emulate all your childhood video games!
Backers: 1164
Average Pledge Per Backer: €103

Funded: €120,136 of €50,000
Dates: Dec 6th -> Jan 6th (31 days)
Project By: Pierre-Louis Boyer
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Latest News

100 000€ reached! Black color unlocked!

January 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hey guys, Just a quick update to tell you that we reached 100 000€ ! You will be able to chose between two colors for the casing : grey or black.  If you took a DUO kit you can have one of each color if you want.  (Read More)

Happy new year to everyone!!

January 1st - via: kickstarter.com
Hey guys! Thank you all for backing the project, it's really awesome that you are supporting it! I wanted to wish you a happy new year! On my side after few days of break for Christmas I came back to work on Raspiboy! I just received a 3D printed... (Read More)

New stretched goal : black color if we reach 100 000€

December 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey guys, I discussed with my suppliers and we will be able to have a second color if we reach 100 000€. It will be black! Remember basic color will be grey.  (Read More)

What raspberry pi zero to take?

December 15th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey guys! Please note that you will need the latest version of the raspberry pi zero, the v1.3. Indeed raspberry changed the pads positions between the 1.2 and 1.3. Therefor the 1.2 will not connect correctly with the springloaded connectors! You can... (Read More)

We are funded!! Thank you guys :)

December 12th - via: kickstarter.com
That's it we reached the fundraising goal!! Thank you very much for you support and interest! We will start production as soon as possible from now! Let's now try to reach the stretched goals!  (Read More)

Forum is online!

December 11th - via: kickstarter.com
I added a forum on the website. In order to discuss all kind of matters :) You can find it here : http://forum.8bcraft.com It's there that you will be able to find all the news about the project, where the tutorials will be posted, support given and... (Read More)

What is the 3 black buttons on the back?

December 8th - via: kickstarter.com
I had another good question! I just noticed that I did not explained what are the black round buttons on the back! It is buttons to get into LCD menu and set-up luminosity contrast... The 4th round button is to check battery status when the device is... (Read More)

Is there a hole in the casing if we don't take extra-USB? No!

December 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Someone just asked me a good question : is there a hole in the casing at the place of extra-USB if we don't take it. The answer is no. In fact the plastic is thinner at this place and can easely be removed with a cutter knife.    If we reach 500... (Read More)

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