The Nintendo 3DS was officially launched on March 27, 2011 in North America, and was unfortunately discontinued in September, 2020. For those seeking a retro game experience that in a much smaller for factor, there’s the FunKey S. Measuring just 42.5 x 44.5 x 13.8 mm, it features an ARM Cortex-A7 processor running at 1.2GHz, 64MB of DDR2 RAM, 1.52-inch (240 x 240 px) IPS display, and a 600mAh Li-ion battery, which means it’s capable of emulating games up to the PlayStation 1. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
This tiny game console draws inspiration from the Game Boy Advance SP and even has the classic “snap” noise when shutting the lid. The DPAD / ABXY buttons all have a clicky response and below that are the START/SELECT keys. You charge the console using a micro-USB plug and a full charge is good for around 1.5-2 hours of continuous play depending on the games being played.
- Compatible with Raspberry Pi ZERO and ZERO W
- Game boy inspired Raspberry Pi case
- Support SAFE SHUTDOWN functions. (Scripts are necessary).
- 2.8 inch IPS screen; 3.5mm audio port; LED power indicator
- Package includes：1 x Original GPi Case,1x Raspberry Pi Zero W Board,1xBlack Carrying Bag,1x Copper Heatsink,1 x Flannel Bag ,1 x Introduction Manual,1 x 32G Class 10 Micro SD Card,1 x Black Card Adapter,1 x Card Protector Case