Lots of talk about the PocketGo S30 Retro game console lately but how about a Pi with screen inside an actual SNES controller? Check out the link below. I'm still waiting on my S30 to arrive and came across this awesome idea on YouTube.
Retroid Pocket 3 Updated Specs 8/4 (Price $119+) https://www.goretroid.com/collections/frontpage/products/retroid-pocket-3-handheld-retro-gaming-system 1*A75/3*A55 CPU; 2-3x performance gain from RP2 Support Android 11 support 4.7 inch touch screen (16:9) Support 2GB+32GB/ 3GB+32GB storage Built-in 4000mAH battery Built-in official game launcher and emulator frontend Built-in official OTA support for incremental upgrading Only look we've had at the prototype so far (from Taki): https://youtube.com/shorts/uJ62JyBps9M? Manufacturer: Moorechip Website: GoRetroid.com Release Date: 8/4 (Pre-Order) Form Factor: Landscape OS: Android 11 SoC: UNISOC Tiger T310 CPU: Cortex-A75 (1X), Cortex-A55 (3X) CPU Cores: 4 CPU Threads: 4 CPU Clock: 1.8 GHz- 2.0 GHz Architecture: ARM GPU: PowerVR GE8300 GPU Clock: 800 MHz RAM: 2GB or 3GB DDR4 Screen: 16:9 4.7" IPS Touch-Screen (1334x750 Resolution) (325.61 PPI) Cooling: Fan, Ventilation D-pad: Upper Cross Thumb-Sticks: Dual Lower Thumb-sti