When it first came out, the Game Boy was revolutionary, as it put the power of a full-sized gaming arcade into a pocket-friendly format. And while there are still new iterations coming out nowadays, there are many of us who pine for the older models. Luckily, for us, there’s Love Hulten’s Pixelvision 2.0 handheld retro console to fill that void.
Available in two formats — one that folds (inspired by the Game Boy Advance SP) and one that doesn’t (based on the Game Boy Pocket) — this pocketable gaming machine is as beautiful as it is portable and capable. Not only can it play old-school games, but it can actually store up to 10,000 onboard. And it isn’t just limited to Game Boy games — it can also emulate other classic consoles, like the SNES, Megadrive, NES, GBA, TurboGrafx-16, and many more. Each one is handmade from American walnut with faux granite paneling, features a 3.5″ LCD display, is compatible with plug-in headphones, has a five-hour battery life, and comes with its own carry case. Only 50 of each will be made for a price of $395 each.
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