Today we make our PlayStation Classic completely Portable with the G-Story Gaming Monitor Carrying Case! Can be used for Raspberry Pi, SNES or NES Classic Edition and more!
It features a 11.6 inch FHD 1080P(1920×1080) display,178 degree viewing-angle with built-in stereo speakers; 2 x 2.5W stereo speakers.
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man have we been takin a look at a lot of things concerning the PlayStation Classic but today I think we have one of the most interesting things in my opinion as far as accessories go so today we're gonna be talking about how to make our PlayStation Classic portable with this G story 11.6 inch monitor with console case pretty awesome stuff so this not only can be used for the PlayStation Classic but for any of your other mini consoles your Raspberry Pi with retro pie your Super Nintendo classic Edition NES classic edition the upcoming Sega Genesis mini all that good stuff so let's go ahead and take a look at this thing I thought this was really neat and I've been seeing quite a bit of talk about this and a lot of cool things being said so definitely wanted to check it out so here it is this thing it goes for a little bit of money considering that a normal case is about twenty to thirty bucks depending this is quite a bit more expensive but because it includes the monitor in it so you have to keep that in mind but there's really not much to the packaging here there's just some images about like strapping it in that's about it so we're gonna figure this thing out let's open her up get out of here so there it is wow it does have that that uh oh man it's like a good foot and a half away from me and I could smell it it does have that that almost cigarette type smell to it that chemically cigarette smell it's it's hard to describe if you guys have bought in any of these cases I probably have like right over there in the corner a bunch of different cases for classic edition systems my PlayStation VR stuff like that every single one of those now and there they have a smell to them but it seems like as of late a lot of these cases have an even worse smell they really have that weird cigarette smell like I think they might have like they might be smoking cigarettes while they're while they're making these things you know what I'm saying that's the way it seems anyway here's the carbon to not eat snow is it smells like it a little bit but it's not coming from that that's that's for sure so here we go what do we got in here so there's the monitor there's no protective layer over that but all right that's some paperwork G story thank you for your order mofo we are fully dedicated a hundred percent satisfaction on our products and customer service okay that's just an invitation to you know post a review pretty much the way it seems a warranty card probably is worth as much as the paper it's printed on and the user manual a lot of stuff with the user manual here do not modify or tamper with this device alright no instructions for installation we're just gonna figure it out it's in Chinese and English so that's a good thing okay now let me try to see these there's speakers in here too but like this fabric that that's around the speakers kind of deformed a little bit but not a huge deal it's just it's like an insert over the top it's like this one's kind of pop Dinn but that's okay oh man that smell is horrible snow is really bad so here's all the connections looks like let's we're gonna get this thing in and test it out looks like you have a shoulder strap you could put on there carry this thing around like you a important dude or something oh yeah you could strap in so we have our cables and they're all plugged into this Lake interface box right here and up in the front let me try to manipulate some of the stuff a little bit up in the front you do have buttons for the display power button menu exit okay left and right it says G story on it up here we do have four headphones there's two headphone jacks I don't know how easily you can see that but there's two headphone jacks up here that's cool your HDMI your DC out to the PlayStation classic so this plugs into the PlayStation Classic and our DC end so the one thing with this is we're gonna have to we're gonna have to use an external power supply to power up the whole thing which is not necessarily a big deal so let's go ahead and get everything plugged in and test this out so I'm gonna use this power supply instead I have several encore power supplies this one's a little big it did kind of hard to fit it in a case this smaller one I can get it in there a little better you just have to make sure if five volt power supply battery bank whatever you want to use so there we go we have that plugged into the DC in five volt three amp we should be good to go and then we do have our HDMI cable and our power for the PS Classic ready to go so I'm using the OTG cable we have our 256 gigabyte drive plug in the back here is our power let's well let's not drop stuff let's go ahead and plug this in and get everything strapped in let's do it so there's a power sorry HDMI the HDMI seems like you know it's if it was like a flex cable that probably be a little nicer but let's go ahead and get that in you got everything plugged in ready to go as you see like ah and I kind of manipulate manipulate the HDMI I might have to try to find like a little flex one or something so there we go got it strapped and you see the lights are all on as well power light power light let's go ahead and manipulate that a little bit so everything's plugged in let's see if we can uh if we could fit this power supply and here these straps on the side are pretty much for your controllers but it seems like you know you could can use it to pop in a power supply that fits nicely right there and like you could it's really like I said it's for your controllers you put one right there one right here not really an extra space for a power supply if you're using two controllers so you may need to keep that on your person however you say it so there we go I did like pull this through it kind of works a little nicer if you have the the screen in the back but it's multiple positions that you can have it so I'm gonna pull that out and get the velcro action going everything's popped in but we didn't power on the screen so the screen button is down here underneath which I already showed we just got turned on G story so our screen is on power is ready let's go ahead and reang GLE so we could see what this looks like so here we go powering on the PlayStation I don't know if the monitor powered back up monitor still on we're good and that volume is loud coming through these two speakers on the side right here really dig that we can okay I think we could hide this maybe a little bit if you're gonna keep it like that you can hide it either fish it through or do that Wow like I'm sitting at an angle already and the viewing angles are perfect like I'm not getting any kind of crazy dimming you might see some glare just because of my lights but nothing else so let's actually pull this out the one thing when I was recording this there's some velcro on the back of the Eastlake came off initially and I wasn't sure where they were supposed to be if they're supposed to be on the feet here or not and there's these little plastic covers on the side this one had was just loose I had to put it back on but there you go you can you can move the monitor all the way to the front put it in the middle or put it all the way to the back however you choose you keep it like this you can easily you know have access to the buttons on your your mini system but not really so much for the actual unit itself you could kind of feel them if you if you finger it a little bit in the slit right here but you don't really see the buttons so that might be a little bit of a con you know having to keep undoing this velcro strap but hey it is what it is let's let's uh let's take a look at some auto bleem action jump into a game this screen is looking legit it is a 1080p screen so you can use this for you know several different things whatever mini console you want it's you know marketed for the PlayStation Classic but definitely use it for whatever you want let me find something to jump in to demonstrate a little bit I'm not getting any weird blurring nothing like that everything's looking a fairly legit the screen is really nice that's that's one of the main things I'm uh impressed by so far you know it does stink it smells pretty freakin horrible the quality could be a little bit better for the price this thing me around one hundred fifteen hundred and twenty dollars I believe right now it's listed at like 130 around that but when I ordered it it was listed like that and when I put it in my cart on Amazon it actually had a discount that came off of it so I don't know if that's still going on but occasionally these go on sale that kind of thing they do make them for other systems as well but I thought this one was really neat so man yeah the viewing the viewing angle to me is not too bad here this is this is looking really good in my opinion I dig this I mean to be able to use Raspberry Pi or PlayStation classic any of these mini classic Edition systems you know the Super Nintendo NES the upcoming Sega Genesis mini the turbo graphics meanie I don't know the turbo graphics might be a little big you know from the pictures I've seen maybe the PC engine Mini will fit in here really nicely but I mean you could do all that stuff with this $20 PlayStation Classic so it's really cool you know I understand this is not gonna be an accessory for everybody but I think the versatility being able to use this with whatever you want including a $20 PlayStation Classic yes this thing is over $100 and it's a case but it comes to the screen and speakers and all your hookups – your power supply so that is an additional cost and especially if you really want this to be portable you're gonna have to have a battery bank power supply type thing like one of these anchors I will link to the ones that I use which I do love them I've been using them for years never had an issue but that is an additional cost but if you if you're like me and you just you'd love stuff like this and you could actually get some use out of it I think the price is okay I could always wish things were cheaper not gonna lie but with the quality of this screen man the speakers are pretty pretty good and the ability to use headphones if you want to that's really awesome as well so there we go we took a look at a little PlayStation action here let's get hitting ahead by crates man so let's let's get out of that and check out let's check out something in retro Boop retroarch Sonic the Hedgehog why not Sonic CD take a quick look the colors are fine I mean I'm hoping the colors come through good on my camera but the color sir is expected I'm not seeing anything crazy let me see we do have those options like a menu that we can go into okay so we can increase the backlight lower the backlight [Applause] so we're dimming it a little bit so we have those options contrast our volume our temperature medium warm RGB user we have more picture settings contrast sharpness black level DCR II Colo blue light noise reduction temperature gamma sleep mode language OSD are on screen this way transparency all that good stuff so that's that's that's pretty cool so there we go close that back up sonic boom so there we go a little Sonic CD I think things are looking good I'm I'm really impressed with this you know a few little quality issues aside I'm actually really happy with this the more I mess around with it the more that I look at it you know the velcro stuff I mean how else could have they done it would have been better if there's a little less velcro maybe a different kind of strapping system for some of this stuff laughs is velcro does kind of get annoying after a while but it does look pretty cool so pretty simple solution to making a portable playstation classic or other classic edition system I think it's really neat like you know we already have the battery in here let's just put our controller in there pop all that back in you know just a little sloppy action right now close her up put our screen back zipped up we're ready to go use the bathroom sit down for a while pop this out start playing some PlayStation go to Starbucks get some coffee go hang out somewhere for road trips or whatever they maybe this is really neat you see I just closes up everything that we needed to play this portably is in their power and everything good to go I'm happy with this so really do appreciate you guys hanging out with me let me know what you think of this thing have you guys tried it out yet do you have one does it meet your expectations is this something you're interested in with that said guys I will catch y'all next time peace out bye bye and boom bye thumbs up 2 of them this time what bye