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We covered PocketSprite, a few weeks ago, but now, reviewers all over the world have gotten their hands on a few prototype units. Just to recap, this keychain-sized gaming machine is powered by an ESP32 dual-core 240 MHz processor with 512 KB of RAM, and can emulate Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Sega Master System, Game Gear, and many other gaming consoles quite brilliantly, or at least for its size. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more information.
"Despite tiny buttons that are quite easy to manipulate with my massive thumbs, the PocketSprite isn't a very practical gaming device. Hackers and homebrew enthusiasts might have more fun with it, pushing the limited but capable little machine to its limits. If you're interested in doing either of those things, the PocketSprite is now available for $55 through its Crowd Supply campaign, with an expected ship date of May of this year," reports Kotaku.