Diana Farah Dubai
A gaming modder and engineer, known as GmanModz, created the world’s smaller portable Nintendo 64, breaking the previous record in 2015.
The tiny console uses real parts from the original Nintendo-64 and was put together using technologies such as 3D printing and smaller Joy-Con “thumbsticks.”
GmanModz used board trimming and component relocation to build the gaming console with a 3.5 inch LCD display, a headphone jack/speakers, and a lithium-ion 18650 battery cell that can power the console for 1.5 hours.
The device can also be used to play while charging simultaneously.
Watch below how the smallest Nintendo 64 console was created: