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This External Battery & MicroSD Card Reader Looks Familiar

by Lambert Varias
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Looking for a way to charge that NES-style Bluetooth gamepad on the go? Check out Columbus Circle’s external battery, which looks just like the Nintendo Famicom controller. Even though it can’t be used as a controller its buttons appear to be clickable.

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It has a 3600mAh battery, microUSB in/out ports as well as a USB charging port. It also has a microSD card reader, so you can shuffle files while you’re charging the battery via USB.

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Maybe it can be modded into a working controller. Amazon Japan is selling the battery for ¥3,220 (~$27 USD).

[via Tiny Cartridge via GoNintendo]

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