http://www.made-in-china.com/china-pro ... -16H-.html
And cn never find them for sale here. The main reason I ask is because a person came to me today wanting me to buy a bunch of them. I want to. They're very nice and better quality than you would have expected. Or I would have expected.
I wish these things would get licensed and that way I and everyone else that wants one can HAVE one-- or three or four!
The one he showed me was the bomb for sure.
An idea I hd was to just sell the console, and have the game cart a flash cart or SD card adapter. This way, it's a player ONLY and the cart is blank.
I'm thinking hard on this one.
I always like showing friends and family who only know about retail commercial stuff pushed by the big companies things like a GP2x handheld or a Famiclone, they are always shocked since they aren't aware such things exists!
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I am gonna consider Project China Escape as underway!!
I am purely seeing what the demand may look like. There is a deal in the works for me, and I want to see how people would react to:
A) A portable game system that uses SD cards/MD/Genesis cart adapter
B) Is a genesis at its heart but there are plenty of homebrews being run on emulators now
C) Is about the size of a PSP with a 3" screen and seems to work pretty well.
Features include a rechargeable battery, charger, TV-out, comes in several colors, *possibly* an SD or CF card adapter, **possibly** is pin compatible with original MD/Genesis games.
Hopefully I can figure it at less than $70 plus shipping. It's all up in the air at this point.
I was approached by a person that "has a friend in China" that has these, and wants to sell them in the USA. They are very similar to the pic attached, though not identical; same mold, though that one uses AAA's and is not rechargeable. I demo'd it and it plays nice-- great button feel, solid in the hand without being too heavy, nice bright screen.
I do not know about the battery life, shock protection or anything like that. I think I played it for like, four minutes.
But I was impressed.
The best thing would be if it is pin-compatible with the original carts, that would simply rock, and I'll be stocking up.
Please let me have some feedback on this. No games will be available **with** the unit.