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Hah! You could settle for this NES CLASSIC MINI knockoff?


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#1 MaximumRD

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Posted 27 April 2017 - 03:18 PM

https://www.aliexpre...2d-8eabb0fdc3df

 

Why not? 

 

Characteristics:

1. Super mini size:14.5cm*10.5cm*3.5cm

2. 500 different built-in NES games. No games repeat. Game list is in the following picture.

3. Double gamepads.

4. Support both PAL and NTSC.

5. Compatible with gamepads of the same kind.

 

Packing includes:

1* game console

1* power adapter

2.*gamepads

1* AV cable (3 meters long)

1* US to EU plug converter

 

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#2 RickR

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Posted 27 April 2017 - 03:47 PM

Hey, for $20, how bad could it be?


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#3 TrekMD

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Posted 27 April 2017 - 08:53 PM

Take that, Nintendo!  Or, is that Nintendon't!


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Going to the final frontier, gaming...


#4 Karyyk

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Posted 18 June 2017 - 02:56 AM

No HDMI, which was really the major selling point of the NES Mini (easy connection and better picture on modern TV's). The biggest curiosity here is that they went with a 9-pin Atari/Sega style connector instead of the NES one. Whatever is cheaper to make I guess...


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