Follow along in our forums, find the STL files to print your own, and a full parts list!
The Nintendo GameCube was released in 2001 and was considered a failure with only 20 million units sold. We revisit the Nintendo GameCube, look at some of its innovations, perform some mods to the device to open up some cool new features, and show you what makes the Nintendo GameCube still awesome in 2019.
In this video ETAPRime puts together an awesome $850 Gaming / Do anything PC using the AMD Ryzen R5 2600 with a gigabyte x470 Arous Gaming Ultra motherboard and an EVGA RTX 2060 all slammed into a Phanteks P300 white case. This set up will have plenty of power to run any modern game at 1080P ultra plus 1440P and 4K performance actually surprised me with this one.
How to run the new psxitarch Linux distro on your PS4. This distro comes with custom Linux drivers, Emulators, Steam and more.
The Fairchild Channel F games console arrived in 1976. The first in a new wave of second generation games machines and the culmination of works by Alpex Computer Systems outlined in the “555” Patent. A blueprint for consoles for generations to come.
Several new Products from our friends at Adafruit, including the CharliePlex LED Matrix Bonnet with an 8 by 16 LED grid.
Introducing the PlayStation 4 Hori Mini Wired Gamepad for kids!
Near and dear to my heart again, we have LGR and his “Building a 486 DOS PC” instructional video. I grew up in the 486 era and my first PC was a 486 SX 33mhz.
This video brings back so many memories for me! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Doug Bowser, NOA’s current Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, will succeed Reggie as President of Nintendo of America.