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A mini Raspberry Pi for play games

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When I found a 1.54 inch LCD touchscreen with buttons and joystick, I thought it was very difficult to play games in that. That is true. The size of that screen is more or less like an applewatch. But the advantage is you can connect directly in a lot of monitors and TV to play. I put the screen in a raspberry pi A+ and in a Zero wh. For use like a computer, is better with the A+, but for playing games, I could not find differences bettween them. I decided Use the raspberry pi zero with the screen for playing games and for "make" a computer, the A+ for add the SenseHat and a battery.
I know In the last two pictures is not exactly the same device, but in both of them are a raspberry pi zero wh.
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