A look at Adafruit's PiGRRL Zero vs. Hardkernel's ODROID-GO.
you enjoy retro gaming, there are so many options, it can
be tough to know what to get. The choices range from officially sanctioned
systems from Nintendo all the way to homemade RetroPie projects like I've
covered in Linux Journal in the past. Of course, those systems are designed
to be permanently attached to a TV.
But, what if you want to play retro games
on the road? Although it's true that you could just connect a gamepad to a
laptop and use an emulator, there's something to be said for a console
that fits in your pocket like the original Nintendo Game Boy. In this
article, I describe two different portable DIY retro
gaming projects I've built and compare and contrast their features.