Here's a very rare chance to get an outside view of a trip from the bottom of Honshu japan to the top of Kyushu Japan all in real time via the JR Kyushu Kagoshima Line. JR never have the windows open on trains but due to the Covid-19 issue a few weeks back, they did! What a chance to get actual outside footage of the train travelling.
Here we go with part 2 top last week's Frogger video. In this video we take a look at 10 more ports. Yes, there are still some missing due to being unobtainable hut I feel there are some good additions here such as the Colecovision and the obscure Dragon 32.
Ok, after making this video I got a reply from TR Fight Stick and this is what they had to say. "Hello The PSU is universal. You can use it without any problem my friend. And noctua fan is not included at the packet It just supported. And you can use your original fan with Metal Adapter. "
Hmm, so I guess I was wrong about the fan. I'm really not sure about that PSU though as it clearly says from 200 volts. I will give TR Fight Stick good words for their fast reply though. They got back to me within the hour.
I'm always happy to see the Dreamcast getting attention, but personally for me I don't see any reason to go for a DreamCase.
Also, that they write on the packaging it's compatible with the "DreamPi" really rubs me the wrong way, of course it's compatible(!) but that has nothing to do with this case. It would be "compatible" if they made room for placing a Raspi internally.
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