A mobile device (also known as a handheld device, handheld computer or simply handheld) is a small, hand-held computing device, typically having a display screen with touch input and/or a miniature keyboard and weighing less than . Apple, HTC, LG, Motorola, Research in Motion (RIM), and Samsung are just a few examples of the many manufacturers that produce these types of devices. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_device]
The games I do not own are still in grey color, you can contact me if you are selling some of them.
The NEOGEO X Gold entertainment system comes complete with the NEOGEO X Station, the NEOGEO X Handheld with 20 pre-loaded NEOGEO classic titles, and the NEOGEO X Joystick. In addition to coming pre-loaded with 20 NEOGEO classic titles, the NEOGEO X Handheld device features a crisp 4.3-inch LCD display, an expandable game card slot, internal stereo speakers, and a 3.5mm headphone jack for a personal gaming experience you can take anywhere. The NEOGEO X Handheld device works with the NEOGEO X Joystick and NEOGEO X Station to charge the handheld device and transfer the action directly to a television set or monitor, via HDMI or A/V out, for a true arcade experience right at home! The NEOGEO X Gold Limited Edition is only available for pre-orders made before 12/6. The NEOGEO X Gold Limited Edition comes with the Ninja Master's NEOGEO X Game Card.
As a NeoGeo fans since 1991, I will pre order at least 2 of them if not more
This game console is part of my growing collection of vintage gaming system, so don’t forget to visit the tag vintagegaming to not miss any items. I don’t sell anything but you can contact me for donating/selling me missing items. This page will be continually edited if I add new items to my collection.
Price paid: 10€
K xxxxxxx with box, without notices, 5 games
The Sega Game Gear (ゲームギア Gēmu Gia?) was Sega's first handheld game console. It was the third commercially available color handheld console, after the Atari Lynx and the Turbo Express.
Work began on the console in 1989 under the codename "Project Mercury", following Sega's policy at the time of codenaming their systems after planets. The system was released in Japan on October 6, 1990, North America, Europe and Brazil in1991, and Australia in 1992. The launch price was $150 US and £145 UK. Sega dropped support for the Game Gear in early 1997.
K15016901 without boxes, with 3 games, paid 2€
I own in ultra collector state:
and also with carton box, plastic box only
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