There's portable game consoles, laptops, and then Pocket C.H.I.P., a functional pocket-sized computer that runs Linux. It comes equipped with a full tactile Qwerty keyboard, touch-sensitive screen, and can be used for everything from coding, basic applications, as well as gaming. The video above shows one user running a Nintendo emulator and playing Super Mario Bros. with no issues at all. Continue reading for a full review, more pictures and information.
"It can be used for anything from coding, to gaming (using PICO-8's inbuilt games or playing games like DOOM or Minecraft). You can even use it as a regular computer, connecting peripherals to it via USB...and most importantly, it comes with a headphone jack," reports Yanko Design.