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  1. Maybe I’ll sit on it a little before building it then. I have a modded Vita that probably ticks more boxes than the GPi but i do so like the form factor of it.
  2. So you folks are happy with the GPI so far? Mine has just arrived but I'm waiting on a pi zero w to arrive. I've installed supreme v1.1 in readiness. I have a GB colour with everdrive so I'm hoping that this gives me a reason to sell those onwards.
  3. The difficulty in getting SNES running well is what is putting me off the GPI. Love the form factor thiugh. Half tempted to get one purely for retro handhelds.
  4. Cool, though I’ve just realised I need to get a us to uk plug adaptor so I can power the thing! Ill get the sd card prepped in the meantime.
  5. Woohoo! It's arrived. Just the DE10-Nano though, not ordered any add-ons as yet. I'm planning to wait till 128 boards are available, I'm guessing without the extra ram my options are limited?
  6. I'm going the other way, I have a posh(ish) pc but have started building up a collection of old consoles, partly to play on a CRT, partly for odd controllers and shooty shooty games, and partly because I can! It was your fault for selling me an xbox...
  7. Yeah I've been musing on the I/O board, had some discussions with Ricardo from Retroshop and it's around £300 for the ultimate Mister Kit fitted with DE-10 and 32MB memory. It looks lovely but I kind of feel I'm better of just getting the barebones DE-10 for now, and waiting on the 128MB board. I don't need anything other than USB ports, analogue out and a bob load of memory to run Neo Geo stuff. £150 best spend elsewhere....
  8. I had one of these a while back. I’ve never played on a real neo geo stick but I did think the buttons were a bit chunky / plastic feeling. Not on a par with sanwa buttons. Looked nice though
  9. Like this neo geo usb stick? https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F254327689387
  10. What about a USB Saturn pad? Or pick up a Xbox 360 fightstick? im gonna take the plunge on this. I assume it’s worthwhile waiting for 128mg sdram to be released? Retroshop reckons it’ll be 2-3 weeks.
  11. Cheers for all that info, i think you made have convinced me to take the plunge. So i’d need the De-10, a memory expansion, a HDMI to VGA adaptor, and then a VGA to RGB SCART adaptor I’m guessing. No need for I/O board by the sounds of it.... Watched the videos in the OP and I’m quite excited about playing some sweet sweet old computers...
  12. I quite fancy one of these for my CRT set-up. Something new and shiny to tinker with. Costly though, taking a system like the PC engine or SNES I assume the main difference I'd see is performance consistent with a real machine - and reduced lag from my current PI set up?
  13. the Nostril Picker Or more recently, Sausage Party - desperately unfunny bollocks!
  14. the previous version of this hasn’t got great comment on the KS
  15. So it looks like it’s at a retail park so there’s parking effectively onsite. No idea about buses though.
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