GingerOfMods put a Wii’s motherboard in this little space. It’s a little wider than the GB, but that’s because on the back it has the triggers. The console was dubbed Wiiboy Color, and can play Game Cube and Wii games. Surprising, isn’t it?
The case was 3D printed with everything and the name on the original portable console typography. The parts come from the most diverse places: the circuit board was built specifically for the device, has a 3.5-inch IPS display with a resolution of 480p (which was taken from a car camera), two rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, a USB stick inside to store games, a fan and of course a 3.5mm jack.
The joysticks come from a nintendo switch, and according to the builder of this wonder they are certified by Nintendo itself. The buttons were taken from a DS Lite and mounted on the board of a Game Cube control.
In the tests performed by GingerOfMods the battery reached a range of between 2 and 3 hours. Not too much compared to that offered by a Switch on any of its models, but the mere fact that it stays playing is a great achievement.