The arrival of inexpensive SBC boards has not only made us have affordable computers, but has also made it possible for us to recover classic video games and old video consoles. The game console that has been developed the most with Free Hardware has undoubtedly been Nintendo's NES, a game console that does not seem to have finished receiving recreations and modifications. The Raspberry Pi Foundation has received a mysterious package a few days ago it contained a new cover from Spain. This holster o Raspberry Pi case is called NesPi It is not gold or anything like that but is built with Lego blocks, some Lego blocks that recreate the shape and appearance of Nintendo's first NES.
The case is suitable for Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3, a case that also has a guide of more than 30 pages for its construction but once finished we can make our Raspberry Pi have the appearance of the Nintendo NES without losing functionality.
NesPi uses Lego blocks to create a curious case for Raspberry Pi
NesPi has been created by a Spanish company, RaspiPC, a company that in addition to having an online store also has a physical store where it supplies not only the latest Raspberry Pi Foundation boards but also various cases such as NesPi.
Personally it seems to me that the NesPi shell is a great design especially for lovers of old video games, but like the Spanish store, I believe that anyone can build an equal model and it can even be printed without having to pay the money that is requested for that case. Even so, being the first in something has its value since surely many will begin to market models of old video consoles built with Lego pieces, something entertaining Do not you think?