Gamers won’t be disappointed with the versatility and portability of these NES consoles/clones which were skillfully crammed inside real NES cartridges. Continue reading to see more. Click here for first picture in gallery.
For those who want to rid themselves of the bulky NES console and controllers, the NESp is a great choice. Sporting a 2.5-inch LCD display, custom controls, and an on/off switch, all powered by three n-cell batteries. Though it may not accept cartridges, it does have 99 built-in games.
The “Fami-card” caters a bit more to the hardcore Nintendo fan with its streamlined design and Mario adorned casing. From afar, it may look like a normal NES cartridge, but yes, it’s actually a functional NES/Famicom system. It features dual joystick ports, cartridge port, 6V power input, A/V inputs, and even an on/off switch.