Published on August 14th,2007 at 12:58 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

The Nintendo Super Famicom now VISTA powered!!

Yet another Akihabara “crazyness” in the T-Zone shop where you can see this Demo Super Famicom recycled into a computer and now running the VISTA Operating System! haha! Excellent isn’t it?

94% Yep I do!
6% Nope, my wife got rid of it


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Comments
 

  • Keegan

    it looks as though XP is on the screen :S

    Loving the Vista cartridge though, nice attention to detail.

  • mIKE

    A really simple but really creative case modifacation. I like it alot and want one!

  • Waethorn

    Is that screen hooked up to that computer? Take a closer look – it’s XP, not Vista! Likewise, if that was iTunes running on Vista, that would be what the CPU graph would look like, but then iTunes just sucks anyway.

  • http://www.akihabaranews.com Daimaou

    Yes the Screen is plug to another computer, and if you look carefully the “cartridge” is not even plug correctly on the SNES… meaning that the system is not even pluged in.

  • NotAmoron

    If you turn themes off in vista it looks like XP……

  • Waethorn

    “If you turn themes off in vista it looks like XP…… ”

    no it doesn’t! if you turn off themes, it looks like Windows 2000 – the same as when you turn them off in Windows XP. THAT is the Luna theme running in Windows XP. had the themes been turned off, it would be running the Windows Classic theme. there is no Luna theme in Windows Vista.

    this is a FAKE!!!

  • Waethorn

    ….furthermore, that’s the Windows XP background. I would bet from the cut off text that it’s Windows XP Tablet PC Edition installed, because the Windows XP Professional and Tablet PC use the same colour scheme for the background but Pro isn’t written as “Professional Edition” as the letters indicate (“Edition” is cut off behind the iTunes window). It is also not Home Edition or Media Center Edition, because they use other colour schemes.

    SHENANIGANS! IT’S A FAKE!!

  • leonicdragon

    And if you look, the famicom is not even plugged in! There is a clear box (glass?) surrounding it, and there are no wires coming out of it. And there what appears to be a mini usb cable going into that cylindrical object atop the glass. I’m guessing that that is where the tablet/pda is hidden. Furthermore, where is the DVD-ROM drive? You typically cannot install Vista w/o one. DOUBLE SHENANIGANS!!!

  • leonicdragon

    My bad, that’s just a typical power cord. sorry for the double post.

  • Qwazil

    even if the nintendo box was empty its still just a cool picture/exhibit

  • http://www.mysticcorp.com MysticCorp

    http://global.shuttle.com/product_detail.jsp?PI=175

    This is the computer he is using in the shown picture.

    I am sure by the location that this was tested and shown to work, prior to them recieving the award for it. Although it is understandable to have it locked in a case, as most of these shows require a display model and working model.

    I think this was just a bad picture giving the impression that the monitor was connected. Also the cartriage is NOT going to be seeted all the way, it is nothing more then a laptop hard drive inclosed, judging by the wires shown.

    Just my thoughts.

 

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