Small size and processing power Raspberry Pi CM4 Make it the first choice for many developers who want to create a custom handheld console. Today we have another impressive CM4-driven handheld device to share, this one was created by a manufacturer called StonedEdge.After a year of design and construction, they and a friend successfully created a Nintendo Switch Lite replica A CM4 running RetroPie is called RetroLite CM4.
As of now, the project has not been open source, but the manufacturer has considered using it for the future. Until then, curious groups are still welcome to take a closer look at the build process and internal components if they seek to create their own similar content.
The CM4 outputs video to a 5.5-inch LCD IPS screen located in a custom aluminum enclosure. According to StonedEdge, the enclosure was designed in Solidworks. It has built-in speakers for audio output and work control, similar to the speakers on Switch Lite.
Some The best Raspberry Pi project We have encountered it and can take it with us. Because this is a handheld game console, portability is a must! StonedEdge uses 4000 mAh lithium polymer battery to keep it charged.
Additional modules are used throughout the design process, detailed information can be found here Raspberry Pi Forum Post. This thread is a concise snippet in the timeline of the build process, but you can find more recent pictures in the following locations RedditBe sure to follow StonedEdge for more updates on this project and any future Raspberry Pi creations.