Helder's mintyPi screen + button PCB set includes the Button PCB, the LCD Board, the 2.4" LCD and the ribbon to connect the 2 boards. This is the updated version with integrated battery-monitor circuitry, and a nicer wide-angle IPS screen pre-soldered to the screen PCB. Updated 3d-printed parts can be
This is the updated version with a snap-together, screw-less bezel. The base has also been tweaked so the sound card no longer requires removing the crystal! Colors available are Peppermint (red), Spearmint (green), Cinnamon (maroon), Wintergreen (teal), Liquorice (black), and clear: (the image below shows an older version of the
This protective sleeve is 3d-printed in an incredibly strong and durable, but also highly flexible TPU filament from Push Plastic. It fits the mintyPi perfectly, and even has spacers on either side so your power switch and/or L/R buttons won't catch on it. It should protect your mintyPi
This hinge is included in the 3d-printed mintyPi parts set from wermy, but if you need a new one, or if you just want one that is printed in a nice and strong polycarbonate blend, here you go! :) My mintyPi paypal buttons are setup to work as a shopping cart!
This set comes with all the screws needed to put together the mintyPi: * 4 m2x3mm * 4 m2x8mm * 6 m2x4mm If you purchase the 3d-printed parts set from wermy it includes these screws. But if you are printing your own, lose some or strip some or whatever, here you go. :) My
Dinsy Arcade provides components for building a gameboy zero locally in Australia. From buttons to speakers and glass screens, we got what you need! https://dinsyarcade.com
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: http://www.sudomod.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=4351 AVAILABLE NOW Features: Main PCB fills the 'front'
This part is optional, but very helpful! I will show how/where to cut holes for your micro USB charging port, power switch and L/R buttons. But if you'd like to make it a little more foolproof this guide helps a lot: snap it to the bottom of an
Complete retro gaming in a SNES Controller! This board makes it super easy to turn an original SNES controller into a fully-featured emulation console, powered from the HDMI cable using a slightly modified off the shelf Adapter. This is a fairly simple project that should only take a couple hours