The Gionee S20 cellphone from China (where else?) does not only make and receive calls, it comes with a built-in NES emulator as well for you to run those beloved classics from the 8-bit era just in case you’re too cheap to purchase Virtual Console games on the Wii. Features include a slider form factor that hides the numeric keypad when closed, a 2 megapixel camera, support for major multimedia formats, and the mentioned NES emulator. It also boasts a TV-out connector for you to play the game on a big screen, although I wouldn’t want to embarass myself doing that. Pricing details are unavailable, but it shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg.
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