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Pitendo Is a Pint-sized Nintendo Emulator

by Conner Flynn
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The NES is already fairly portable if you don’t mind sticking it in a backpack and going over to a friend’s house to play some classic Super Mario Bros., but if that isn’t small enough for you, you could try this Pitendo. It’s a tiny retro game emulator that is oh so adorable.

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This compact console features a retro Nintendo design and at this size it is just cute as a button. Of course, since it’s a complete computer, it can run multiple emulators, but it’s ideal for NES or SNES games. After all, it might seem sacrilege to play Sonic the Hedgehog on this thing.

You can get just the Pi-tendo Case for $49(USD) and put the model B+ raspberry Pi in it yourself, or you can buy the Pitendo Ultimate which includes: Raspberry Pi Model B+, an 8GB SD Card with RetroPie, One USB SNES Controller, an AC Adapter and an HDMI Cable for $119.

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This is the perfect way to play all of those vintage games. Your favorite old school games will be with you wherever you go now.

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[via This Is Why I’m Broke]

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