WATCH: Game Boy emulator keychain built by YouTuber

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1gE1o6ogEs
Creator Vincent Buso calls his little device “Keymu” which is possibly a combination of the words keychain and emulator. Keymu is basically a miniature emulation device that mirrors Game Boy, NES, SNES and Game Boy Advance games.
Keymu runs on an Intel Edison processor to operate the game emulation software. It needs a 220mAh lithium battery that can be recharged via micro-USB connection.
The screen of the Keymu is a 1.5-inch OLED display with a 128×128 resolution. Buso had the folding clamshell case 3D printed. It also has a tiny 11.7 millimeter speaker.
Buso claims on his Hakaday.io page that the project was inspired by Sprite_TM’s mini G…

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