What do you think about it?
I didn't make a fancy animation-render video, as I don't really like these flashy catchy stuff.
I'm rather honest and show what REALLY exists
------------------ Have to change input on TV for each system | | No game backups | | Much wires |....................| | [original console] [original console] [original console] [original console] | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Images of controller types ------------------ | | DIY | | Cant play _your_ games or the saves on them. |....................| | [rPI] USB keyboard Mouse ------------------ DIY | | backup games | | |....................| [retrode] - [rPi] | | | | Images of controller types USB keyboard Mouse ----------------- | | Plug and play | | Sleek |....................| | [ raspberryPI+retrode] | | | | Images of controller types USB keyboard Mouse
Little hard to understand that the retrode is a cartridge/controller adapter for a PC.
It's not a full device we're selling here, it's a case mostly for users who already have a Pi and a Retrode
Why can't he offer a Raspberry Pi and retrode board as a bonus for being a higher tier backer?
That seems to be odd, since other Kickstarters I've participated in offer rewards like USB Thumb-drives, Coffee mugs and DVDs manufactured from third parties as rewards for pledging.
So if your store stocked RPis then you could add them as a pledge too? Not that you'd likely be able to compete with the existing suppliers on price, I suppose.If it's a coffee mug with your logo, that's officially your product then. The Retrode2 boards are also from my company, even though GC produces them