20/02/2018

☆ Come and Meet PocketSprite "Tiny Retro Gaming on Your Keychain" ☆ #Retrogaming

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Put your hand up if you've heard of PocketSprite...

This little keychain console is a fully functional retro gaming emulator console with some impressive features.

It looks like this little marvel might be more than just a gimmick if the creators can deliver on their immensely successful crowd funding campaign on crowdsupply


This is what it's all about:

PocketSprite is.....
  1. an ultraportable gaming and emulation console
  2. engineered to be highly playable, easy to use, easy to update
  3. designed to let you pick up where you left off, and put it down again 
  4. designed to play Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Sega Master System, and Game Gear games
  5. open source, so you can in theory load onto the PocketSprite whatever you want 
  6. running on a dual-core, 240 MHz ESP32 processor, and 520 KB of RAM
  7. supporting the GNUBoy emulator for both Game Boy and Game Boy Color games. 
  8. supporting SMS Plus emulator support so you can add both Sega Game Gear and Sega Master System games to your library
  9. available in pre-assembled or assembly required versions 
  10. built with a tiny D-pad, A, B, Start, Select buttons and a speaker
  11. built with support for WiFi, Bluetooth low energy
  12. designed with a battery that charges via a micro USB cable 
  13. small enough to be used as a keychain
  14. available to back from $55 at crowdsupply

As you can see it's a really interesting device and if you take a look at this handy table you can see how it compares to the other retrogaming mini devices out there at the minute...




What do you think of this new mini marvel?

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