The Open Source Scan Converter is one of the greatest tools to ever be introduced to the retro gaming world, as it provides a versatile and lag-free way to digitize classic consoles. In fact, one of the only “complaints” I’ve heard over the years is that there weren’t any different-style replacements cases available. Well, now there’s two!:
LaserBear case, $30: https://laserbear.net/shop/ols/products/ossc-case
RetroFrog case, $20: https://stoneagegamer.com/ossc-replacement-case-v2-retro-frog.html?afmc=retrorgb
The LaserBear case is reminiscent of Greg’s original RetroTINK 2x case, with 3D printed button extenders that access the OSSC’s input buttons. There’s also a removable plastic door for access to the JTAG port; Something not many people need, but it’s nice to have handy.
Todd went a for a more “open” design with his RetroFrog case, adding cutouts for access to the buttons, as well as vent holes on the top and bottom.
Both seem like a great choice and should fit most people’s desire for a fun, different style case!