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 / Zero W 2; NOTE: The Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero W / Zero W 2 are not included! Safe Shutdown; 3.5mm audio port; LED power indicator; 2.8 inch IPS screen; Game Boy inspired Raspberry Pi case.
- The handheld itself comes fully assembled but you still need to install the Raspberry Pi into the cartridge shell and install the OS/Software and roms.
- GPi CASE can have SAFE SHUTDOWN functions. (Scripts are necessary). * Safe shutdown scripts: Download it from below " Product Description ".
- Because Retropie and Recalbox systems default display output is HDMI, you need to install display GPi CASE patch for Retropie and Recalbox. GPi CASE has to transfer display output to GPIO for it to work correctly. Download from below "Product Description".
- Package includes: 1 x GPi Case,1x Black 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, 1x Protector Film