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Saw this in a newsletter from Novatech and it looks like a quality piece of kit so posting it on here for any gadget nuts!

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Pocket Play 350 - Overview

This fully loaded handheld games console and combined MP3 player in one is ideal for both home and travelling use.

With 10 fully licensed Sega games and a massive 2.4" TFT screen and easy to use controls this really will while away the hours of travelling or when stuck inside avoiding the showers.

The 1GB internal memory will hold up to 500 MP3's or even more when utilising the SD card slot to enable up to 4GB of storage With the built in speakers or included stereo headset this really is a versatile console ideal for both adults and kids.

Specification: 10 Fully Licensed Sega Games Sonic Blast * Sonic Spinball * Sonic Labyrinth * Aztec Adventure * Columns * Ecco * Penguin Land * Astro Warrior * Putt & Putter * Flicky * Screen 2.4" TFT * Speakers Built in * Memory 1GB built in for up to 500 MP3's or WMA * Memory Slot SD Card slot for up to an additional 4GB of storage * Headset Stereo Headset * Interface USB 2.0 + TV Out * Batteries x2 AAA included * Cable AV Cable
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#1
That looks awesome.

I already have a PSP though so I think I need to exercise restraint here. :D
#2
Hmmm I wonder if you can download more games onto it via the SD Card port........... Good price for a good item tho.
#3
I would imagine that would be possible, the issue would be if the games on there run in java, are uniquely programmed, or are just old megadrive roms.

Here's hoping it's the latter (and no I'm not gonna buy one just to find out). ;-)
#4
Worth paying extra for a PSP but I would also like to know more as I can't find any info about this elsewhere. Gives the impression that the 1GB storage onboard is for MP3's only and the games are rom based.

Also known as the Pocket Pad

http://stuff.tv/news/id-1647/default.aspx
#5
Yeah, I mean my PSP was only £65 and like you said that's obviously a better buy than this.

I would say for a child especially though, this would be a good buy, PSP's are not for kids.
#6
To me it looks like a jack of all trades and a master of none.

Too big for an MP3 player (I think the PSP is too big also, but it's a proper games and media system) and those are old, simple games. I'd consider spending £20 on this but not £45. Christ knows what the sound is like...

EDIT: Reading more, perhaps I underestimated it. Still wouldn't but it at that price, though.

Adding extra games would be a bonus, though.

Anyone got one?
#7
It has TV out as well but it doesnt even mention if it's video capable (ie avi/mp4) or not.
#8
If it was worth the money this would have been mentioned all over the Net.
Was £80 and I agree with paying only £20 - £25 for the novelty
#9
This one appears to be based on a Master System, quite cute.
#10
I assumed it was based on the megadrive, not least because it looks like a Sega nomad.

I do agree that the price seems a bit steep though, it's got dodgy HK ebay written all over it.
#11
if you can play megadrive roms on that thing i would buy one. anyone found any more info on this?
#12
I think it's based on the sega game gear as from what I've read sonic labyrinth was originally a game gear game.
#13
mickygray316
if you can play megadrive roms on that thing i would buy one. anyone found any more info on this?


Doubtful, All the titles are Master System originals, the Megadrive's predecessor.

demonic
I think it's based on the sega game gear as from what I've read sonic labyrinth was originally a game gear game.


Astro Warrior was a UK bundled launch title back in '87 (flipping hard on later levels too!), so it's more likely based on the home console, the Game Gear was essentially a pocket(ish) Master System.
#14
And here's Astro Warrior frustrating ****** that it was! :-D
banned#15
Wondered why some of the top ROM sites had withdrawn the Sonic ROMs.
#16
45 quid for a master system emulator is pretty steep. voted cold.
#17
Nookster
Astro Warrior was a UK bundled launch title back in '87 (flipping hard on later levels too!), so it's more likely based on the home console, the Game Gear was essentially a pocket(ish) Master System.


You're right, would be interesting to see if it plays master system/game gear roms, it would be worth it if it did.
#18
I guess the vast majority of the cost of this device is the licensing fees for the games.

But otherwise it is a Master System emulator running on an MP3 player with a decent? screen and gamepad design. I think it's a bit too much to pay personally (but at the original price you would have to be nuts).
#19
You can pickup a GBA Micro and flash cart for a similar price; far better value for money imo ;)
#20
Nookster



Astro Warrior was a UK bundled launch title back in '87 (flipping hard on later levels too!), so it's more likely based on the home console, the Game Gear was essentially a pocket(ish) Master System.


Hopefully this has slightly better battery life than a game gear though and you can actually see the screen. :giggle:
#21
£65 only my where did you get that from. would buy 2 at that price
#22
My PSP you mean ?

That would be a secret. ;-)

No actually I bought it off Ebay from a guy in Liverpool, it was supposed to be on 1.50 though which it wasn't and I later had to remedy myself.
#23
Oh and there was i thinking you had a secret supplier for all of us on here
#24
Unfortunately not man, sorry.

He does sell them regularly on there though.

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