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Tag: Handheld

Sega Genmobile: the Genesis Gets Portable (Again)

Sega Genmobile: the Genesis Gets Portable (Again)
Way back in the wayback machine, Sega released a bulky handheld called the Nomad. This portable gaming console could play Genesis cartridges on the go. But the problem with the Nomad was its high price (almost $200 bucks), abysmal battery life, and bulky design.

Pxp-2000 Psp Go Clone is No Go

Pxp-2000 Psp Go Clone is No Go
Nope, this portable gaming system is most definitely not a PSP Go. What you’re looking at here is a cheap Chinese handheld known as the PXP-2000. While the PXP-2000 won’t play any of your PSP games, it will play classic games from the NES, Famicom, Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Super Famicom/SNES, and SEGA Megadrive/Genesis consoles.

Sp2 Handheld Emulator: Looks Like a Game Boy Advance, but Plays NES, SNES, Gbc, Gba and Neo-Geo Games, Videos and Music

Sp2 Handheld Emulator: Looks Like a Game Boy Advance, but Plays NES, SNES, Gbc, Gba and Neo-Geo Games, Videos and Music
This odd little handheld gaming system may look a heckuva lot like a Nintendo Game Boy Advance, but it’s actually one of those multi-system emulators that can play games from a variety of retro consoles. The mysteriously named SP2 handheld can play games from the original NES, Super Nintendo, Game Boy Color, Neo Geo and yes, the Game Boy Advance.

Latte Espresso Media Player: Haptic Touchscreen Pmp for Under $100

Latte Espresso Media Player: Haptic Touchscreen Pmp for Under $100
While Apple may have crammed everything but the kitchen sink into their new iPod Nano, one thing it doesn’t have is a haptic touchscreen. But this portable media player from Latte has one, and now it can be had for less than a single Benjamin.

Nintendo 64 + Lazer Doodle + Psone = Darth64

Nintendo 64 + Lazer Doodle + Psone = Darth64
We already featured Jon Jandran aka Hailrazer’s awesome Dreamcast portable mod, the dreamtrooper. He originally wanted to paint the dreamtrooper’s case black and call it the DarthCast, but he decided to stick with the original console’s white color.

Atari 2600 Portable/Luggable: the Stella-Tubby

Atari 2600 Portable/Luggable: the Stella-Tubby
Well, this all-in-one Atari 2600 mod isn’t exactly what I’d call “portable”, but the guy who built it certainly deserves props for creativity. This hacked-together Atari 2600 Portable goes by the name “Stella-Tubby” – which does a good job summing up its less than svelte form-factor as a handheld gaming console.

Nintendo Mini Classics Bring Back Memories of Game & Watch

Nintendo Mini Classics Bring Back Memories of Game & Watch
If you grew up in the 1980s, you probably remember Nintendo’s Game & Watch LCD games. These primitive portable games were the great-grandparents of the Game Boy, GBA, and DS, and now they’re back for you to enjoy once again.

Facebook and Dsi: a Match Made in Social Networking Heaven

Facebook and Dsi: a Match Made in Social Networking Heaven
Facebook has hit the Nintendo DSi–in Japan, at least–in a limited, if useful sense. The combo was announced at E3 with little fanfare, and no detail, but thanks to a recent update, Japanese DSi owners can now upload pictures they’ve taken with the handheld straight to Facebook.

Meggy Jr Rgb Twitter Reader: I Think We Need a Meggy Senior

Meggy Jr Rgb Twitter Reader: I Think We Need a Meggy Senior
Evil Mad Scientist Labs have turned their open-source hand-held gaming platform, the Meggy Jr RGB, into a one-line Twitter reader. The Meggy Jr RGB is connected to a computer running a program that detects Twitter updates and then sends “”scrolling” data” one line at a time.

Sleek, Compact Portable SNES Mod

Sleek, Compact Portable SNES Mod
The Super Nintendo has been the target of some really sweet mods in its time, and this latest portable fits right into that pantheon of excellent mods. Marshall’s Supertendo looks so good that you’d swear it was professionally made.

Black Nintendo Wii, Red Dsi for Japan

Black Nintendo Wii, Red Dsi for Japan
Rejoice (Japan)! New colors for Nintendo entertainment systems! And at last, new colors for the Wii. Well, new color, singular. Well, sort of a color. It’s black. Well, it’s different, anyway. The new DSi is decked out in red, which is nice, but not a patch on this sexy black Wii.

Six in One Translator Planned for Nintendo Dsiware

Six in One Translator Planned for Nintendo Dsiware
With so much bigger news pouring out of E3, it’s easy to miss the smaller, more interesting bits, like a mysterious DSiWare title that appeared on Nintendo’s official planned release lists. Six in One Translator–a working title, we’re told, along with a grand total of nothing else.

Sony Psp Go Pics Leaked – Price and Release Date Revealed

Sony Psp Go Pics Leaked – Price and Release Date Revealed
Check out these photos of the new Sony PSP Go portable videogame console / media player that just hit the Interweb. The PSP Go is a new handheld that lightens the load of the older PSP models by making games available via wireless download or on Memory Stick Micro cards.

Nintendo Game & Watch (& Television) Casemod

Nintendo Game & Watch (& Television) Casemod
Remember the old Nintendo Game & Watch LCD games from back in the 1980s? These early handheld video games have always had a bit of a cult following, despite their primitive, repetitive graphics, and drab monochromatic screens with cheesy color overlays.

Pxp-900 Retro 8/16/32-Bit Handheld Video Game System Looks an Awful Lot Like a Psp

Pxp-900 Retro 8/16/32-Bit Handheld Video Game System Looks an Awful Lot Like a Psp
Does this handheld gaming system look familiar at all? When I first saw it, I had to do a double-take too. While the PXP-900 steals more thant a few of it’s design cues from the Sony PSP, don’t expect it to play the latest PSP games – it only plays retro game ROMs.

Nintendo Ds Lite Gets Gps Navigation With Google Maps

Nintendo Ds Lite Gets Gps Navigation With Google Maps
Your mobile phone already has GPS navigation. Your car probably does too. Even the Sony PSP has a GPS option. So it was only a matter of time before the Nintendo DS would jump into the GPS fray.

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