UPDATE: Here's the finished product! Internals: Features: The portable contains an internal GameCube Controller, internal Wii Remote, and internal Classic Controller that can be switched with a button. These diagrams indicate the changes in button layout for each controller: Other features and specs include: Purely digital video - HDMI video on the internal screen and HDMI output Internal 128 GB flash drive, accessible via the mini-USB port on top Charge-and-play using any DC power source from 9V to 16V Resistive touch screen that emulates the Wii Remote IR pointer Dimensions: 178mm x 96mm x 30mm Battery capacity: 6800 mAh at 7.4V (it lasts about 4 hours) Headphone jack and 2 buttons for volume control 3 buttons for screen controls Original Post: Hey everyone! This year I'm making a followup to my entry in last year's contest, the Wii SP. I'm going with a very similar aesthetic because I really liked the layout of my last one. The Wii SP 2.0 will be similar to the original on the outside, but completely new on the inside. I'm finally making use of 3D printing, custom PCB design, microcontrollers, and FPGAs to make this portable better than anything else I've made. Here are the 3D renders for the case I'm using: DS Lite buttons and 3DS joysticks once again. This time I'm including IR LEDs to act as a sensor bar. I'm also adding charge and power indicator LEDs on the bottom left. On the top: Fan exhaust (the big hole) Mini USB port for accessing the internal flash drive Full size USB port for whatever Barrel DC jack for charging Sync button, reset button, power button, and a button for selecting between 3 internal controllers 3 LEDs indicating which controller is currently selected HDMI out Some volume buttons, a headphone jack, and 3 buttons for the LCD menu as per usual. Tried my best to replicate the inside of the DS Lite where the buttons and D-pad sit. It works pretty well. There's room for 4 li-ion batteries here, among other things. The 2 USB ports and the barrel jack will be on the same PCB, which also contains the 4 PTH08080 regulators. I won't be going for any crazy motherboard trim since I don't need to for this case. Currently, I have a prototype working, but it's not the final version and is not my contest entry. The prototype is black, whereas my entry will be white. I'm linking it just so everyone can see more or less what the final version will look like.