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Think the N64 portable was cool?

About a week ago we published a story about a N64 handheld. While that item was pretty cool, we have to give respect to this handheld too. Ben Heckendorn has just redesigned his NES portable which he lovingly calls the nPod. Now you can play all your old NES favorites on the go, not just the ones Nintendo decides to rerelease on the GBA.

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1:35 PM

Holy shiiiiiiiiiiiittake mushrooms! That's awsome! Too bad it only plays NES games. It looks pretty hard to reach start and select too!    



5:23 PM

Wow, that's a pretty nifty device! I wouldn't mind getting my hands on one of those. n-Pod huh...that's clever. It does seem a little bulky.    



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