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Turn a GameCube into a Handheld Thanks to the Magic of Tupperware [Video]

This Tupperware cereal container (I think that's what it is) forms the casing for a fully-functional handheld Nintendo GameCube built by user CKmods of YouTube. You can pop the top off it to get to the guts of the machine, but I wouldn't advise laying the thing down on its back. More ยป
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