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Wednesday, 20 August 2014 12:36

Wooden laptop up for sale

Written by Nick Farrell

Don’t mention the weight

A Turkish modder has built a Saturn “laptop” entirely out of wood. The modder who goes by the handle "c_mon" has made a portable "laptop" used plywood to make the frame. It was cut and shaped and pieced together.

The final case is said to be a bit smaller than the original Saturn console although a little taller due to the fact it needed a hinged display. The display is powered by a composite video cable running from the Saturn.

Because it is a "laptop," it has had its own powered speakers added to give it audio. There's a fan to keep the device cool, and the original console's reset and power components. For those who are wondering, the console was eventually sold on eBay.

 

 

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