Gamer Geek Mods Game Boy Advance SP Into A Nintendo Switch Dock
Blake remarked, “In the process of tinkering with a second Nintendo Switch Dock, I realized the circuit board was pretty much the exact same size as a Gameboy Advance SP. And then I remembered one of my old SPs doesn’t work anymore. So I got to work.” He replaced the inner workings of the Game Boy with the guts from the Switch dock. Blake then used an X-Acto knife to carve a hole below and inside the screen so that the port that connects the Switch would be accessible and protected.
The Game Boy Advance SP was released in North America on March 23rd, 2003 and was discontinued in May 2010. Nintendo sold 81.51 million units worldwide and the device’s most popular games were Pokèmon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. The Game Boy Advance SP contained a 32-bit 16.78 MHz ARM7TDMI 8 or 4 MHz Z80 coprocessor and a TFT LCD, 240×160 pixels display.
You can check out Blake's DIY Game Boy Advance SP dock video here.