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The ODroid manufacturer did create a great retro-gaming kit solution. Based on the ESP32 processir, the ODroid-GO is able to emulate many game consoles as Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Gear, Nes, Sega Master.
Fit with a 2.4" color TFT (320 x 240 pixels), buttons and directional cross pad, the ODroid-GO is really looking like a GameBoy's kinship (but many time powerful).
This powerful configuration is suported by a microSD card connector to store files and games, an ESP32 processor clocked from 80 to 240 Mhz, a WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2 (thanks to the ESP32) and a Lipo battery ensuring up to 10 hours usage (battery charged via the microUSB connecto).
The ODroid-Go would also please the makers as it also offers a 10 pins expansion connector (including an I2C bus) and Arduino projects available on the ODroid's Wiki (see the introduction guide on the ODROID-GO wiki page).
Using this kit requires a 8Go microSD card (or more) to make this produit running.
This project is designed as an experiment: assemble it to discover the world of makers, play with it as reward and then discover the Arduino project if you are curious (the ODroid-Go then become an experimentation plateforme).
No need to be an expert to assemble the kit. A bit of patiente and following the assembly guide with care should be sufficient.
ODroid did publish presentation video about the ODROID-GO. You can view them by clicking on this link.
For each order, you will receive the following items:
A: 1x ODROID-GO board
B: 1x Case front part
C: 1x Case back part
D: 1x LCD 2.4" LCD display
E: 1x4 caoutchouc buttons
F: 1x2 caoutchouc buttons
G: 2x2 caoutchouc buttons
H: 1x 0.5W Loud Speaker(8 Ohms)
I: 1x 10 pins male connector
J: 10x screws
K: 1x LCD screen protect
L: 1x set of buttons
M: 1x MicroUSB cable (black or white)
N: 1x Li-Ion battery 1200mAh