The Multari: Atari 2600 gets elegantly shoved in a handheld

Darren Murph
D. Murph|04.10.08

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Darren Murph
April 10, 2008 2:51 PM
The Multari: Atari 2600 gets elegantly shoved in a handheld

We already knew what Marshall was capable of when we caught wind of his masterfully assembled portable Nintendo 64, but the modder extraordinaire has really outdone himself this time. As the name implies, The Multari is a portable Atari 2600 with 32 games built right in. The chassis itself was crafted from vacuum-formed styrene plastic, and aside from the colorful buttons and iconic D-pad, there's also a 5-inch display and what appears to be a set of speakers. Mmm, retro never looked so good. Peek the video after the break (right after you grab your drool cup).

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