SD cards would work better for me since I use them in my Pandora and Everdrives. Couldn't you just use a USB port? I don't have a Pi, so pardon my ignorance. Do they have a way to directly connect SATA drives?And a short 5 - 10cm USB cable connects the Retrode2 with the Raspberry Pi.
You guys aren't using the GPIO? That seems kinda sloppy to be brutally honest.
EDIT: bandwidth looks like it might be an issue, roms are pretty big
I do like the case though, and the fact it gives those without much electrical knowledge to use the retro-pi project with a classic controller without having to purchase or wire one into the pi's GPIO port.
Only addition would be maybe make room to mount a 2.5" drive and sata adapter on the bottom somewhere? Would be cool to have an emulator system that could store your library in addition to running carts. Glaring omission from the retron IMO.
I'm still running the B+ and need an upgrade to the pi2 so I will probably be picking one up.
Edit: added quote.
Last edited by a moderator: