Back in 2000, those kindly souls at Burger King decided to partner up with Nintendo to bundle tiny little reproductions of the (then) dominate Game Boy Color handheld with its meals. Fast forward 16 years, and some crazy fool is actually turning these pint-sized facsimiles into real, working machines.
Redditor ChaseLambeth wanted to create one of these himself, but stumbled across an individual online who had already done the job. The units cost $250 each and contain a Raspberry Pi Zero running the emulator RetroPie through a 2-inch LCD.
It's mind-blowing that someone has been able to turn these diddy plastic toys into working consoles, but even more mind-blowing is the cheesiness of the original Burger King commercial for the range: