Adorable and small portable NES

The Queen of Bondo is back again, this time with an adorably small NES portable, the HandyNES.

When last saw [lovablechevy], she had just finished up her build of a Nintenduo, a build that stuffed an NES and SNES into a single box. The Nintenduo was such a clean build it would be a crime to let her talents go to waste, so [Lovablechevy] finished up one of the smallest NES portables we’ve seen.

The build is based on a top-loading NES with a 3.5″ screen. [rekarp]‘s NES2 composite mod was used to get the NES and screen working together. Two LiIon batteries provide 3 hours of play time (with a low battery indicator, natch).

[lovablechevy] also included an AV out so she can connect her HandyNES to a larger CRT screen. Like our old Sega Nomad, this allows for a little two-player action – player one using the HandyNES and player two using an extra controller. Support for the Zapper was also included after modding the Zapper connection to a USB port.

Check out the video walkthrough after the break. To prove that her build isn’t a clone, [lovablechevy] also include a video of herself playing Battletoads past the point where the clones crash. Excellent work from the Queen of Bondo.

14 thoughts on “Adorable and small portable NES

  1. i simply changed the player 2 port from the 7 pin nes port to a 5 pin usb port. and have a switch to allow for a controller or a zapper.

    1. yes, as is stated about mine, it is one of the smallest original hardware portable nes’s in existence. noac clones can be made much smaller. my goal was to take an actual nintendo made by nintendo themselves, and make it as small as i could. and that is what this is. :)

  2. We must mate this woman with Ben Heck so we can breed a legion of super hackers, its the only way we can take on the Chinese!! (Sorry lovablechevy, you’ll just have to take one for the team. :)

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