Retroflag NESPi Case Designed for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 / B+ £13.39 Delivered with code @ Tomtop
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Retroflag NESPi Case Designed for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 / B+ £13.39 Delivered with code @ Tomtop

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Found 15th Dec 2017
Give your Raspberry Pi that classic gaming look with this NES inspired enclosure!

Use code 'WNESPI' at checkout to receive discount.


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This is a NES inspired enclosure for your Raspberry Pi system. It can turn your bare Raspberry Pi PCB into an elaborate console in an instance.

Features:

We created this Pi case applying the most iconic element in the retro game world as a homage to the most classic console ever made.

Behind the small, hinged door, there are two USB ports and one standard RJ-45 connector.

This is done to enhance the experience of using your HD and audio out-put cables.

We put the slot for your Micro SD card on the side to allow more space for you to operate more freely.

We tailored made this enclosure to fit in your Raspberry Pi PCB perfectly so that you can use it like a NES console as how you remember it.

Specifications:

Compatibility: RASPBERRY PI 3 MODEL B, RASPBERRY PI 2 MODEL B, RASPBERRY PI 1 MODEL B+

Item size: 12 * 9.4 * 4.5cm / 4.7 * 3.7 * 1.8in

Item weigth: 200g / 7.05oz

Package size: 15 * 10 * 5cm / 5.9 * 3.9 * 2.0in

Package weight: 228g / 8.04oz

Package list:

1 * NESPi Case

1 * USB power cable

1 * DIY power cable

1 * Internet cable

1 * Fan power cord

1 * USB cable

4 * Adaptable PCB

1 * Screw driver

1 * Instruction manual


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Woah, nostalgia at it's best. Oh take me back to the 80's wearing socks as gloves, no internet, no phones, no Facebook, and built dens for fun
Seems weird that the ethernet port is on the front.
No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.

I'm kidding of course but it's funny how history has been written, the NES is seen as the big 80's nostalgia item but households were filled with other consoles/microcomputers.
condracky10 m ago

No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course …No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course but it's funny how history has been written, the NES is seen as the big 80's nostalgia item but households were filled with other consoles/microcomputers.



Really? I was born in the 80's and remember a few of my friends having a NES & duckhunt etc.
andybriggs0315 m ago

Woah, nostalgia at it's best. Oh take me back to the 80's wearing socks as …Woah, nostalgia at it's best. Oh take me back to the 80's wearing socks as gloves, no internet, no phones, no Facebook, and built dens for fun



I remember wearing a ski mask to school in the winter and that was pretty normal, now you'd just look like a theif.
It's better than the terrible Black version that's doing the rounds and a decent price. Doesn't come with a fan but heat nonetheless
smallclone22 m ago

Seems weird that the ethernet port is on the front.






I no we never had internet back then, how weird.
condracky20 m ago

No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course …No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course but it's funny how history has been written, the NES is seen as the big 80's nostalgia item but households were filled with other consoles/microcomputers.




They were EVERYWHERE though, I can remember all the demo units in Currys, Comet, Dixons, Tandy (remember them?) etc. as well as the 'Play 10' units (I think they were called) in all the pubs/WMCs.But I was on the Master System train myself.
LoRdPlOps1114 m ago

They were EVERYWHERE though, I can remember all the demo units in Currys, …They were EVERYWHERE though, I can remember all the demo units in Currys, Comet, Dixons, Tandy (remember them?) etc. as well as the 'Play 10' units (I think they were called) in all the pubs/WMCs.But I was on the Master System train myself.


Master System II for me, Alex Kidd in miracle world built in
LoRdPlOps1118 m ago

They were EVERYWHERE though, I can remember all the demo units in Currys, …They were EVERYWHERE though, I can remember all the demo units in Currys, Comet, Dixons, Tandy (remember them?) etc. as well as the 'Play 10' units (I think they were called) in all the pubs/WMCs.But I was on the Master System train myself.



They may have been stocked everywhere for a while but no-one I knew had one of the bloody things
The Master System was still a lead seller years after the NES had petered off.
jayhutton104 m ago

Master System II for me, Alex Kidd in miracle world built in




Same for me I think - I did start with the first model - with a few games - but upgraded to the second model as it was just....sexier simpler times, eh?
condracky1 m ago

They may have been stocked everywhere for a while but no-one I knew had …They may have been stocked everywhere for a while but no-one I knew had one of the bloody things The Master System was still a lead seller years after the NES had petered off.



Oh yeah, no argument, I knew no-one that owned one, but you couldn't move for them at retail.
LoRdPlOps11114 m ago

Same for me I think - I did start with the first model - with a few games …Same for me I think - I did start with the first model - with a few games - but upgraded to the second model as it was just....sexier simpler times, eh?


All you needed was a D-pad and two buttons

And an awful square controller that cut into your hands
Edited by: "jayhutton10" 15th Dec 2017
jayhutton1020 m ago

Master System II for me, Alex Kidd in miracle world built in


Yeh mate, ha
andybriggs031 h, 4 m ago

Woah, nostalgia at it's best. Oh take me back to the 80's wearing socks as …Woah, nostalgia at it's best. Oh take me back to the 80's wearing socks as gloves, no internet, no phones, no Facebook, and built dens for fun



two words

razzle

dazzle
Loving that
condracky1 h, 9 m ago

No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course …No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course but it's funny how history has been written, the NES is seen as the big 80's nostalgia item but households were filled with other consoles/microcomputers.




Random story nobody will care about. In the early 90s in school a random kid was known to have a NES before anybody else really did. I didn't even know him, but to my shame I started trying to be best mates with him, just so I could get to play on it. It never worked out, I never got to play his NES I'm 38 now, still never played one /cries. Weird the things you remember isn't it.
condracky1 h, 20 m ago

No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course …No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course but it's funny how history has been written, the NES is seen as the big 80's nostalgia item but households were filled with other consoles/microcomputers.


Atari 400XL in ours
I don't suppose anyone knows if there are any other console lookey likeys? I saw a SNES enclosure that was a real SNES that had been chopped up (which really made my eyes water!), but I'd love a megadrive version (with hopefully better emulation than the Argos specials that are around at the moment).

Wasn't there a Gameboy shell available? Ooo, I wonder if anyone has done a PC Engine one...
I have this case and it is very good quality. There are cheaper versions out there which are just shells for a Raspberry Pi, but this one actually moves the ports into better positions. The two USB at the front are a godsend to connect the controllers (with the HDMI linked up to the back). There's no particular need to get these things hooked up to the internet, so I don't mind the ethernet being in the front; it's neatly stacked away for if and when I might need it.
slimy311 h, 17 m ago

I don't suppose anyone knows if there are any other console lookey likeys? …I don't suppose anyone knows if there are any other console lookey likeys? I saw a SNES enclosure that was a real SNES that had been chopped up (which really made my eyes water!), but I'd love a megadrive version (with hopefully better emulation than the Argos specials that are around at the moment).Wasn't there a Gameboy shell available? Ooo, I wonder if anyone has done a PC Engine one...



There are some high quality retro computer ones on Etsy, if you like things like the Amiga or Atari ST.
I have one of these (to give as a gift), and it's brilliant. This store has some right ropey reviews though, has anyone ever used them?
Kiyoshi21 h, 20 m ago

Random story nobody will care about. In the early 90s in school a random …Random story nobody will care about. In the early 90s in school a random kid was known to have a NES before anybody else really did. I didn't even know him, but to my shame I started trying to be best mates with him, just so I could get to play on it. It never worked out, I never got to play his NES I'm 38 now, still never played one /cries. Weird the things you remember isn't it.



Lucky you where not living in south korea at the time as they called it the Hyundai Comboy , do you think you would of mustered up the courage to ask him if you could play with his comboy?
condracky15th Dec

No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course …No-one in the UK owned a NES, it's false nostalgia.I'm kidding of course but it's funny how history has been written, the NES is seen as the big 80's nostalgia item but households were filled with other consoles/microcomputers.


Not exactly "no-one" but outa my class of approximately 30 kids, maybe 1 owned a NES, the ZXSpectrum, Vic20 and C64 were the mainstay. This NES nostalgia is mainly impotrtedfrom U.S. websites.

Generally home computers were king in 80s Europe, e.g. worldwide approx 1000 games were released for the NES, 5000+ were released for the ZXSpectrum.
Edited by: "bigsofty" 19th Dec 2017
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