NESPI - NES for Rasberry Pi  13.33 @ Gearbest
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NESPI - NES for Rasberry Pi 13.33 @ Gearbest

£13.33£14.9911%GearBest Deals
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Found 11th Dec 2017
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Build up your own "better" NES "Emulator" Mini.

Features:

- Functional POWER and RESET buttons
- Functional LED power indicator
- NES case specifically designed for Raspberry Pi 3, 2 and B+
- Easy access to the SD card (not included) and all other ports without opening the case
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Paid 20 for the black version on amazon with a code last week.... gearbest is orate, but it really is a slow boat from china...
They r a bit slow but other than that I've never had any problems with gearbest.

Thanks OP. Will look sweet next to my snes mini
Where's the Master System case? A console that actually sold well over here.
Are the raspberry pi themselves easy enough to play about with?
Edited by: "richardjharley" 11th Dec 2017
Ordered!!! Haven't got a pi.. But still ordered damn you HUKD 🖖🏻
richardjharley3 m ago

Are the raspberry pi themselves easy enough to play about with?


Imo the Raspberry Pi's are great. Easy enough? Well, there are plenty of tutorials online if you get stuck. Linux is a bit different than Windows - so you will have a learning curve there if you've not used it before.
stealth6663 h, 38 m ago

Paid 20 for the black version on amazon with a code last week.... gearbest …Paid 20 for the black version on amazon with a code last week.... gearbest is orate, but it really is a slow boat from china...


It is slow from China but you can get the black for just over £15 from aliexpress
Code made it more expensive
richyjwill14 h, 13 m ago

They r a bit slow but other than that I've never had any problems with …They r a bit slow but other than that I've never had any problems with gearbest.Thanks OP. Will look sweet next to my snes mini


I Have that set up Snes mini and Nes Mini Pi version of NES ! nice :-)
richyjwill20 h, 58 m ago

Imo the Raspberry Pi's are great. Easy enough? Well, there are plenty of …Imo the Raspberry Pi's are great. Easy enough? Well, there are plenty of tutorials online if you get stuck. Linux is a bit different than Windows - so you will have a learning curve there if you've not used it before.



Noobs is best, front end GUI a bit like windows, so no code to type, provides all basic functions if you go Pi zero, get the one with bluetooth and wifi, lot easier.
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