The Nanocade turns your old netbook into a functional gaming console. If you’ve got an old netbook or laptop lying around the house, why not make use of it instead of letting it collect dust? The Nanocade aims just to do that. Making use of your netbook or mini-ITX motherboard, this DIY kit from designer Rasmus Sorenson lets you create a mini arcade machine for you to run all your favorite arcade games using the MAME emulator. While it certainly looks awesome, it comes with a pretty hefty price tag though, so you might want to stick with just running MAME on a regular computer if you’re strapped for cash. It’ll set you back $349 when it starts shipping in March. Head here for more details.
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