A ‘modder’ integrates a screen and the pad in the housing itself of the Super Famicom, although its size does not allow it to be very comfortable.
Many modders of consoles they are trying to adapt classical systems to portable format, and thereby reduce its size. This is very simple with the retro platformer, like Super Nintendo, but a creator of modifications has filed a variant of the Super Famicom that takes advantage of the own housing of the console original to integrate a display and the controller, as if it were a Game Boy.
Obviously it is a curiosity that you forget your practical sense: the size does not allow it to be easily transportable, but at least maintains the distinctive design of the 16-bit console. In the video posted on Twitter we can see a game of Final Fantasy V, the RPG from Square Enix.
友達がスーファミ改造して持ち運び式にしたらしいで見せに来た pic.twitter.com/nwkb0ZDs8V— ツイッター迷言集 (@Tw_Meigen_bot) November 19, 2019
Other changes to the laptop
There is modders that they are looking to reduce the size of the original system. Last year Ben Heck presented his version of Neo Geo Mini to make it even more small and manageable -at the cost of losing your form of recreation-, with a tutorial for those who dare to these transformations. Use the same screen and some pieces of the original.
Phoneia.com (November 19, 2019). Build a Super Nintendo portable with the housing of the console itself. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/build-a-super-nintendo-portable-with-the-housing-of-the-console-itself/