Hi A while ago I had the idea oh it might be nice to put a computer in a NES case, I looked it up and sure enough it had been done before. I got an old NES off ebay for wayy too much money ($30?) rip off.. anyway I pulled the guts out and was left with the case. (I still have the mainboard if anyone wants it? Everything else is gone) I had an old Dell laptop I was thinking of putting in it, but the mainboard was deceptively large, so it was not possible. This was maybe six months ago. At work someone dropped their samsung slate tablet, smashed it pretty good, screen is stuffed, touch is stuffed, and the case is cracked. We deemed it not worth repairing, the cost is too much, and I didn't want to waste the money to try repairing it myself for a good chance it still won't work with a new screen. So it was written off, but I couldn't bring myself to throw it out. I was trying to think of any use for it, then I remembered the NES! So I'm thinking.. This Plus this.. Equals this? I haven't taken it apart yet, but from pictures I've seen the mainboard is smaller in length than the width of the NES by a good margin, and the wireless/hdmi out are on a separate board which is connected via ribbon cables. I will have to drop the battery which is not a big deal (it's too long). Screen will be dropped, video/audio out will be done via micro to normal HDMI cable. It only has one USB port so I'm thinking USB cable to USB hub at the front of the console, for controllers/USB sticks. It has an i5 CPU (Like a 'mobile version') 4GB ram and a 64gb SSD. Plan on running win 8 x86. I am not terribly good at this stuff. I built a wooden PC a while back. Hot glue will make up 99% of the structural integrity of this thing. It's going to be a hack job inside, but really you won't see it, all you will see is just an old yellowing NES. I'll probably finish it this weekend if I get enough time, I think I might need a dremel though..