I recently used an ancient Sony Mavica disk camera to document Bay Area Maker Faire 2017.
I’m now taking offers on the Xbox One S Laptop we built on the Ben Heck Show last fall.
Size: 17″ x 9.5″ x 1.75″
Weight: Appx. 6 pounds.
Display: 15.9″ 1080p
Power: 110VAC (no battery)
Includes: Power cable, LCD remote (provides additional functions) and Xbox 1 S Controller
Email offers to email@example.com, thanks!
Original episode covering its construction here:
Xbox One S teardown video:
We’re once again taking orders for the new and improved XB1 accessibility controllers!
Thanks for your patience! We hope to have a PS4 version soon.
The moment 150 people have been waiting for – the release of AMH’s biggest update yet! Version 23… nearly 9 months in the making.
Head over to the AMH Update Page to download all the files you need to bring your pinball machine up to the most recent version! Includes a change list of all the new features.
We need to get caught up on existing orders and also improve some of the designs on parts.
Therefore, we aren’t taking any new orders for Single Handed Controllers at this time.
I’ll update the site when this changes. I also want to create a PS4 version and have it ready by the holiday season.
Thanks for your interest and continued patience!
I will be on vacation from January 29th – February 21st.
Any single handed controller orders placed during this time will not be processed until I return.
If you do place an order during this time, please understand the ship date will not be until late February at the earliest, and more realistically early March.
Upon my return, orders and fulfillment will resume as usual.
Just in time for those cold winter nights where you just want to play pinball! Head over to the America’s Most Haunted information page to get all the files you need to update your game.
Thanks to Christ Kraft we now have an easier way to update the America’s Most Haunted pinball machine. This coincides with the holiday release of code version #16!
Visit the AMH Code page to download the new files and give yourself the present of code!
I recently obtained one of the auctioned cartridges from the Atari Landfill dig and was able to get it working again with about 2 hours of work.