Check out this Portable Gaming Console Powered by Pi CM4 – Geek Review

Retro Lite CM4 handheld
StonedEdge

If you’re looking to improve what you build out of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4), you’ll want to check out the Retro Lite CM4 by StonedEdge. A portable gaming console made by the small Pi CM4.

This modder threw a Wii over a GameBoy Advance SP, so when we saw that he was making a retro gaming console powered by a Raspberry Pi CM4, we were thrilled. The devices are called the Retro Lite CM4, and you’ll soon see how similar it is to the Nintendo Switch Lite.

As you can see, this is a fun RetroPie handheld game, complete with a 5.5-inch screen and a beautiful anodized aluminum housing that protects the buttons and controls.

The Retro Lite CM4 has the features and features that one would want in a portable gaming console. The build list includes the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, 2GB of RAM, stereo speakers, resin-cast buttons, d-pad, dual joysticks, and other controls. Keeping it all is a made brass heatsink and fan, not to mention anodized aluminum.

Enjoy all the usual games on the 5.5-inch LCD display with a glass screen. The system gets power from a massive 4,000 mAh battery that can hold Dreamcast and PSP games at full speed. In addition, developers say that it will last about four hours, which is more than enough for any Mario Kart, God of War, or Zelda.

There’s also an internal and external USB port, mini HDMI for outputting large screens, USB-C for charging and data input / output, and much more. StonedEdge and its developer Dmcke5 are known to be making improvements from the Nintendo Switch Lite, but the result is a lot more to offer for retro gamers.

While we’ve seen some beautiful DIY portable toys over the years, this is one of the best. While StonedEdge does not sell this device, those looking for more details on how to build it can head to the Raspberry Pi panel for all sorts of helpful information.

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