This is a PS2 Slim converted into a gaming PC, based on Ryzen and Radeon.
The build has two modes: console and Cyberdeck.
In the console mode the system will stand up vertically like the original console could and has to be connected to an external display.
In Cyberdeck mode a display is attached that will fold in and out like on a laptop and include popup feet to raise the case off a surface to allow for airflow.
The original USB ports are still functional on this build and one of the memory card slots now holds an SD card reader.
The side of the case with the mainboard had to be raised a bit and I used the opportunity to make a "cartridge slot" that takes the boot SSD.
A foldable keyboard attaches magnetically to the other top half of the case and a mouse attaches magnetically to the side of the case (both wireless).
The case is wrapped in color shifting (purple to green/blue) carbon style vinyl with black carbon vinyl accents.