An 'All in one' PCB for the Game Boy Zero that really does do it ALL in ONE!
NEW Compute Module 3 version! Follow the link to see more details:
- Main PCB fills the 'front' half of a shell
- DPI LCD with support for 320x240 LCD (included)
- Built in USB 2.0 HUB
- Built in ATMEGA32u4 for buttons and joystick (UDLR, ABXY, L1L2, R1R2, JoyX, JoyY, battery monitor, AMP and WIFI enable/disable, status LED, backlight brightness control).. has 2x spare analogue pins as solder pads!
- Supports the classic 'SNES' style button arrangement as well as the 'vertically aligned' style (required for the 3DS joystick in the middle)
- Built in 1A charger and load balance (play and charge at same time, you'll need a 2.5/3A charger to do this)
- Built in efficient regulators (3.3v and 5v)
- Built in SD slot in contrast port
- Built in 3.2W stereo amplifier + headphone jack (with auto switch off when headphones plugged in)
- Built in volume pot
- Built in Over temperature fan enable (5V or 3.3V)
- Built in Safe shutdown, with low batt warning
- Built in emergency shutdown (REALLY important if the Pi freezes or crashes as otherwise you'd have to disassemble to remove the power!)
- Built in WIFI (with enable/disable by button combo)
- Built in external USB port in the 'EXT' slot
- Built in Micro USB port for charging and uploading sketched to ATMEGA32u4 (optional hole required to use this in a shell)
- Additional 'mode' button to enable things like backlight adjustment, audio amp disable/enable, wifi enable/disable, etc (ideal to locate where the original barrel jack goes)
- Supports a Pi Zero (directly soldered to PCB)
- Supports a Pi3 (or 2) with optional 'GPIO Extender'
- Supports a 640x480 LCD with an option '640LCD KIT'
- The back half of shell is relatively untouched, cartridge boards can be used and solder pads available for SD card in cartridge