21 Sep 2015: PCB Block Diagram

We have finally changed some things. For example, we have made the interchangeable screen. It will be available 3 models (without display, cheaper; with 480p display; and with 720p display, more expensive). Furthermore, more advanced users can change the display.

Moreover, we will design the console in 3 PCB. On one hand, the central PCB (first PCB) where all components except the controls are, and the second and third PCB where the controls are.

This allows us to design the 1st PCB first, and then design the case around the 1st PCB and decide where to place the controls. After, we design the second and third PCB.

You can see this concept here:

Now I put the block diagram of all PCB.

Block diagram of the first PCB:

Datasheet of components of first PCB: http://george.the-petries.co.uk/shared-write-access/eoma/HandheldGamesConsole/1st%20PCB/

Block diagram of the second PCB:

Datasheet of components of second PCB: http://george.the-petries.co.uk/shared-write-access/eoma/HandheldGamesConsole/2nd%20PCB/

Block diagram of the third PCB:

Datasheet of components of third PCB: http://george.the-petries.co.uk/shared-write-access/eoma/HandheldGamesConsole/3rd%20PCB/

Block diagram of the 480p display PCB:

Datasheet of components of 480p display PCB: http://george.the-petries.co.uk/shared-write-access/eoma/HandheldGamesConsole/PCB%20Display%20480p/

Block diagram of the 720p display PCB:

Datasheet of components of 720p display PCB: http://george.the-petries.co.uk/shared-write-access/eoma/HandheldGamesConsole/PCB%20Dispaly%20720p/

Any help/change/suggestion is welcome.