If you’re a dedicated GameCube fan like this talented modder Ashen, you might be interested in checking out this latest PSP mod. Ashen managed to strip out the guts of his GameCube and stuffed them all into the slim body of his PSP.
You may not get very far on this ‘Pocket Bike’ / Mini Bike largely because of its ride comfort and the amount of fuel it can hold but the HAF X Mini Bike is certainly one astonishing PC case mod. Though the bike itself doesn’t house a display, you probably don’t want to be doing that while you’re scootering about. The idea itself sounds great, why go to work or your mates with a memory stick when you can get there with your own PC and just hook up a display? Check it out in the video below, the bike accelerates, turns and brakes just like any bike…
We love our Lego here at GadgetLite but its been awhile since we last featured a Lego related PC case mod. Just in time, this one has blown me away with the amount of detail its modder – Wang191 managed to put into this, rightly so, it took him nine months to complete but what a masterpiece.
We’ve seen some extraordinary portable N64 case mods in the past, but none functionally as well thought out and designed as this. It’s a portable N64 mod known as the D64 and it’ll play multi-player games. The funny thing is that the D64 uses the five-inch LCD from the old Sony PS One, how about that? Each charge can generate up to three hours of play time.
During the years, we have seen all sorts of console mods, but today we have something special that is created by a famous modder Ben Heck. Once again, Ben has outdone himself and he’s managed to create something that he calls Xbox 360 1977 Edition.