SNES runs Windows Vista

A Super Famicom (known as the SNES in the US) has been modded and stripped apart, having its video gaming innards disappear and replaced by computer parts within. The end result is a video game console shell that has enough processing power underneath the hood to run Windows Vista – and this can only be found in Japan. Pretty neat, no? I wonder whether they will come up with a Sega Genesis version sometime down the road.

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