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Portable DVD Player Gets Huge Screen, Plays NES Games

by Paul Strauss
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This portable entertainment system not only plays movies and music, it plays classic 8-bit Nintendo games.

Featuring an substantive 14-inch LCD screen (1024×768 resolution), the compact DVD system has a built-in NES emulator, and comes with a pair of gamepads so you can satisfy that 8-bit Nintendo craving wherever you go.

The screen can swivel 180 degrees, and when you’re done playing DVDs and NES games, there’s a karaoke mode and a (soon-to-be-obsolete analog) TV tuner on board. The player also has a USB port and SD/MS/MMC card slots, so you can play back your digital media files too.

And if you can’t figure out a way to get your old favorites loaded onto the system, that’s okay, because the player includes a disc with 300 retro games (I’m guessing that the guys at Nintendo had nothing to do with that).

Want one? You better hurry on over to Chinavasion and plunk down your $246.25 before Nintendo’s lawyers find out about this thing.

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