For quite a while now there have been a few different ways to program a Raspberry Pi as a a console emulator for some retro gaming action. The latest version of the Pi at this point (version 3) is a fantastic basis for emulation, with plenty of USB ports, HDMI out and enough processing power to emulate consoles all the way up to the original Playstation with ease.
The downside has always been that the port layout and overall look of the stock Raspberry Pi case don’t really lend themselves to the task, but thankfully the good folks at Retroflag have taken care of both of these issues with their NesPi Raspberry Pi case. Continue reading Review: RetroFlag NESPi Raspberry Pi Case→
While I struggle to get some new content together over the next few days I’m looking back over my more popular YouTube videos and getting them presented here on the NEW, IMPROVED TechMadeEasy.
Check out this video where I compare two versions of XBMC (now KODI) for the Raspberry Pi mini-computer.