September 20, 2002
Console fanatic Flagon500 (not his real name - we hope) has got every console under the sun, but so far all attempts to assimilate Nintendo's First Born into his collection has resulted in a rather inert pile of grey bricks.
So one day he attacked one with his dremel, swapped out the lifeless innards with an EPIA 800, figured how to interface with the NES controllers, installed some emulation software and made... um... a NES. Read how he did it here (including how he persuaded the EPIA 800 to talk to his NES controllers with the aid of a soldering iron). Then look at 50+ images in the NESPC Gallery.
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