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Tue Jul 30, 2019 5:16 pm
So I've finally assembled my first uzebox portable
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Looks damn sexy.
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Hey awesome! Another portable! I'm hoping for more Wi-Fi games in the future.
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Thanks for posting! For the screws, I got them from HobbyKing, the exact part is in in the BOM if I'm not mistaken.
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I've finally gotten some serious play time in on my portable, and it is freaking awesome!
Thank you Alec!
I needed to add a bit more kapton tape inside to prevent a short from occuring when playing Bugz. Apparently I squeeze the controller super hard when I am constantly holding down B and rolling my thumb to press A at the same time. Based on the hand cramp I got after beating Bugz on the train ride home today, I would have to say "certainly" I squeeze the controller too hard rather than "apparently".
This is perfect for showing off to people. I can just walk around with it and hand it to someone for them to play. Much easier than the soft cooler I would carry around with me that had a display and its power brick, a computer speaker and its power brick, the Uzebox and its power brick, and then going "crap, there are only two outlets here".
I've even had people ask me "Is that a new Nintendo?"
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