I am Raizer04 and this is my instructable worklog pertaining to my created playstation 2 portable the KNIGHT RAIZER.
So your thinking..."well why not just use psp?"....well my answer to that is the psp has horrible emulation, especially with the ps2 emulator! But thats not all. I needed a way to set myself aside from other modders. What could i do to put this to the next level. REMOVE THE DISC DRIVE. That is right....this portable ps2 relies solely on a thumb drive with the games (ISO) saved on there! This means i can upload any of my backupgames via thumb drive and have no framerate issues since an entire ps2 is all in one case! So we will begin this journey from case-making to finish product.
To view my main worklog with all discussions please view here:http://moddedbybacteria.freeforums.org/knight-raizer-ps2p-t97.html
To view my final product view here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=for35aSI_og&feature=player_embedded
Step 1: Items used!
Here is a list of items and what they cost me when i obtained them
Used PS2 and PS1 Screen: Used PS2 and PS1 screens purchased and quality checked.
Cost = $60 (PS2 = $40 / PS1 Screen = $20)
Dremel and station: Dremel tool and docking station used for drilling, primarily for drilling
Various Tools: Small tools being used....screwdrivers, pliers, solder gun, solder wire, gluegun (yes its pink....lol), mini glue sticks.
Cost = $30
Lazer Doodle: The main casing for the project. (This thing was hard as HECK to find... )
Cost = $60
Blue LED Superflux Chip: Two superflux chips to be located behind speaker units (VERY BRIGHT)
Cost = (Had leftovers from working on my car) (Original price is like $3-$4)
Battery: 11.1v Lithium Polymer Battery (Batteryspace.com)