Monitor has been swapped for a 1440p 11.6 inch IPS panel.
Backside, with vents for the exhaust.
3 screws and you can get in there...
...and have access too the actual build.
Dust filter can easily be removed now too.
Had to take off the cooler for the DDC to make it fit.
Always thinking about fitting a 360 in here, when I see that pic.
Had to go for 13/10 fittings, otherwise they would have collided.
Fillport extension to the FLT 120 + monitor controls on top.
Left side with all the IO.
Flat HDMi for the internal monitor.
Just take a mouse with you (and some headphones) and you are ready to go.
For transport the keyboard sits in front of the display.
Two latches and the keyboard folds down.
One button and the display tilts up.
Pretty heavy, but the handle handles it pretty well.
Refreshed Portable Computer (1988)
Finally, after over a year of work, procrastination, 3 GPUs and a lot of money, I completed this machine.
It is based on an old LCD-386 Protable Computer, which I found on a ebay kleinanzeigen and just had to have. Removed all the old hardware, cleaned over 20 years worth of dust and debris and got to work.
Now it is home to a pretty capabale Gaming machine.
Watercooling was mandatory in this case, because there wouldn't be any room for a decent sized air cooled gpu + plus I didn't want plaster everything with vents for fans.
For the GPU I had to go with a Founders Edition design, because of the limited depth. I tried fitting two different cards, but they were too tall. So, ports needed to be on the back.
The original display was removed and replaced with a 1440p portable monitor. The power is wired to a molex connector.
Unfortunately it doesn't quite fit the original bezel, so I have to run at 2304×1440 pixels, with small black bars, but they are just barely noticeable.
I wanted to keep the original keyboard, but had problems using all kinds of different 5 pin DIN adapters, even with a second board I bought. Instead I replaced the whole thing with a Coolermaster Quickfire TK and coiled the cable around some bamboo stick we had lying around.
If you have any questions I am happy to answer them.