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Picked this up at Walmart for $10. I doubted the advertised price so I even had it scanned to be sure. It's supposed to make funnel cakes.
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I'll have to get the SN30 Pro plus
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I have the zero 1 and almost never used it though...
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I've never run into a character limit on passwords before.
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So the USB port on my Galaxy Note died, and it's in the shop now getting fixed. It'll cost me $80, for a tablet that cost me $100. Sigh

I figured, well I have a bunch of other tablets. I'll just use one of them, then.
Sadly none of them have a screen bigger than 7 inches.

-JXD-S7300C: Looks like the bottom half of a 3DS.
The bezel is high enough around the edge that it makes touching the menubar difficult, so it's hard to pull down the notification or quickmenu. The touchscreen calibration is also off slightly, making it hard to touch anything small. It only has 8 GB of storage, so it's pretty much full by default, even with almost nothing on it. It also stupidly does not charge from it's USB port, but an AC adapter. It was their lazy way of dealing with it needing 2000 milliamps, since (IIRC) USB only provides a quarter of that. The analog nubs also are not fixed, meaning if your thumbs aren't dead-center, they will rotate. The power, Start/Select, Vol +/- buttons are all along the left/right edges too, making them hard to press. It does have mini HDMI and micro SD though. No bluetooth, annoyingly.

-GPD Q88+ RK3188: Looks like a Vita
This one doesn't have the bezel issue. It charges from USB. The analog sticks are tiltable, instead of the PSP-knockoff analog nubs like the previous one. All the buttons are in an actually easy-to-get-to location. It also has mini HDMI and micro SD. It sadly uses a disc dpad, and also lacks bluetooth. The only real downside is the curved edge makes it so I can't prop it up to read ebooks at work.

-Samsung Q1
The battery life after a decade has been reduced to less than 2 minutes. Not portable anymore.
Despite having what looks like a PSP analog nub, it's actually digital. Meaning it's even worse than disc dpads, since you have to move it like an analog nub.
The face buttons are... weird. They're joined, kinda. Aside from them, the only other usable button for games is really the enter key below the face buttons.
It's roughly as powerful as the original XBOX, but has 512 MB of RAM. It is REALLY good for web browsing, since you can slap firefox on it, and mod it to act like a browser on a cell phone (ie: click and drag to scroll)
This baby is pretty much what Switch is, I even called it my Parasite Computer because you could plug it into your monitor/keyboard/mouse via VGA and USB (It has 2 USB ports!). It has wifi/bluetooth, and a full ethernet port. It doesn't charge from USB, since it's a full Windows computer.

-Amtek u560
Has the sliding screen and keyboard
This thing was even better at web browsing than the Q1, since it had a higher resolution screen, and the keyboard. It has a much better dpad, though it has a button in the middle. The 2 buttons above the dpad are left/right mouse buttons, and it has a trackpoint mouse on the right side, in case you didn't want to use the touchscreen. Sadly, I do not have it at site A. It also doesn't charge from USB. It also has 2 USB ports, wifi, bluetooth. There's a dock that adds ethernet, S-video out, more USB ports, but I can't find it.

-Nexus 7
It's getting old and slow. And it's USB port is also failing.
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Just got a "happy 5 year anniversary" email for a game I backed on Kickstarter. Need to stop backing games...
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According to a report by the business section of Korean newspaper site The Fact, SNK's direct Korean branch SNK Interactive said on Tuesday that the NeoGeo Mini's sticker price is currently being considered between $100 - $150 US Dollars. The subsidiary also added that the handheld's price should be announced promptly once it gets finalized.

Japanese magazine Famitsu seems to echo The Fact; in an interview with SNK marketing dept design chief Shinsuke Matsushita, he confirmed that his company is targeting a July 22 release to mark SNK's 40th anniversary, but it may be possible to release the handheld even earlier.
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Via +Hackinformer
Adds front triggers to the Joetsu L2/R2 trigger grip
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Just what I needed, Star Trek Infinity.
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Picked this up at Walmart since I'm a whore for metal boxes and I loved this movie. Im disappointed it didn't come with the second one though.
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