If you don’t remember the Commodore SX-64, it was the retro computer maker’s first attempt at a portable computer. The beastly box weighed in at a backbreaking 23 pounds. Thankfully, this papercraft version is a little lighter.
Erik Schubach created this teensy-tiny “executive” SX-64 entirely out of paper (and maybe a bit of tape).
In the ultimate insult to his shiny new Sony PS3, modder Baron Von Shaggy took his modern-day gaming console and shoved it inside a crusty old Compaq portable computer.
Shaggy ripped out the guts of the old Compaq, and replaced the circuitry with the boards from his PlayStation 3.
Ever dreamed of having a your very own Xbox 360 laptop? Well if you’ve got some money to spare, you can bid on this portable Xbox 360 over on eBay.
Modder TheTwoJ and his friend spent over $2000 and 650 man-hours to build this bad boy, so it really deserves a loving home.
Well, this all-in-one Atari 2600 mod isn’t exactly what I’d call “portable”, but the guy who built it certainly deserves props for creativity.
This hacked-together Atari 2600 Portable goes by the name “Stella-Tubby” – which does a good job summing up its less than svelte form-factor as a handheld gaming console.