The Pocket Retro Game Emulator

pocket retro game emulator

Do you like to play classic console games on an emulator, but wish you could take those games on the go? Well your wish has come true. ThinkGeek is now selling the Pocket Retro Game Emulator. The unit, which is the size of a GameBoy Micro has 4GB of storage and and SD expansion slot for hours of retro gaming fun. What can you play on your PRGE? How about all the NES, SNES, GBA, Sega Genesis, or Neo Geo titles you can cram onto 4GB of storage (plus the SD card)? Anyone who has played with ROMs knows, that is a lot of games.

Here are some addition system specs:

  • Beautiful 2.8 inch QVGA (320×240) LCD Screen
  • Output to TV via included composite video cables
  • Full media player functions including videos, music, FM radio, e-books and voice recorder
  • Built-in Stereo Speakers
  • Internal li-battery gives 6-8 hours of runtime on a single charge

The PRGE is currently available on ThinkGeek for the bargain price of $99.99. To read more about this beauty or to purchase one, drop by ThinkGeek.

Pocket Retro Game Emulator [@] ThinkGeek


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5 thoughts on “The Pocket Retro Game Emulator

  1. Think of it in terms of the number of hours of entertainment you will get out of it. 40 hours? that’s like 2.50 an hour. Cheaper than a movie.

  2. I’d recommend picking up a 1000 or 2000 model of the PSP if looking for a one-stop emulation portable. The only use I have for it is running emulators. It does all of the above plus: Atari (all models), SCUMMVM, MSX, Game Boy, Wonderswan, and even PSX. Quite an impressive hacking community, but no where as pick up and play as the above.

  3. flatmush says:

    This machine is actually called a dingoo a320, it was unimaginatively titled “pocket retro game emulator” by the fools at thinkgeek to avoid competition.
    You can buy it from from dealextreme, chinavision, gbax and a number of other online retailers for a cheaper or similar price.

  4. Daammmn flatmush. What do you got against thinkgeek anyway. You’ve copied and pasted that same response to most, if not all comments regarding the dingoo a320 in the world wide blogs. I was doing research before I bought one of these things and every result from goggle.bomb has your same reply- now that’s ‘unimaginative’.

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