The Swiitch 2.5 rev2 So, as some of you may know I've been working on a new wii portable again for about 10 months now. The main goal of this project was to give it the same form factor as the Swiitch 2.0, except make everything as neat as possible. That has been mostly successful during the initial project, but while working on it for so long the entire project got very bloated and it kinda lost its "neatness". Thus i decided to start over, but reuse the good stuff I had in my previous design. The main gimmick thing of this portable is probably the fact that everything is on a single board, with the wii and stuff like batteries stacked on top of that, allowing me to make it even thinner then the previous one, while increasing the battery capacity by around 30% and also making the heatsink about 5x as big. This is mostly because well, the previous one had a tendency of getting hot, and this eventually killed it. When it comes to features, specs whatever this should be a no compromise thing. Current list of features: Power: - USB C PD charging using the STUSB4500 - BMS system that's similar but not identical to Gman's Wii PMS system (it doesn't allow me to use a 15v power source, aka the switch charger) - Voltage regulators that are actually stolen from Gman as my own design failed Screen & audio: - 5" IPS screen - Integrated lcd driver using the RTD2660, which will probably end up running custom firmware (more on this later) - LM49270 amp - These speakers (identical to the ones in the Swiitch 2.0) Controls: - Switch joycon sticks - GC+ 2.0 - White New 3DS dpad and abxy buttons Wii: - LMAO v2 ish trimmed wii using Aurelio's nand boards - Custom CNC'ed heatsink Other: - Shapeways 3d printed case - Kingston microSD card reader - USB Data switching - PWM controlled fan based on the temperature of the wii (there will be an NTC under the heatsink) This list might change in the future. hopefully just for the better Once I complete parts of the pcb or case I'll post pictures, tho I don't see a reason to post some of them yet. Thats all for now. If I get any good progress going, I'll be updating this post as well.