Other devices

I also have a…

(Rules: you have to own it yourself & has to be functional)

  • Gameboy original
  • Gameboy Color
  • Gameboy Advance
  • Virtual Boy
  • Nintendo 2DS / 3DS
  • NES
  • SNES
  • N64
  • Wii
  • WiiU
  • Switch
  • Xbox original
  • Xbox 360
  • Xbox One / S
  • Xbox Series X
  • Playstation 1
  • Playstation 2
  • Playstation 3
  • Playstation 4
  • Playstation 5

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and I also have a…

  • 8086
  • 80286
  • 80386
  • 80486
  • Pentium original
  • Atari ST
  • Atari Falcon
  • Amiga 500
  • Amiga 600
  • Amiga 1200
  • Amiga 2000
  • Amiga 4000
  • Commodore VIC-20
  • Commodore 64
  • Commodore 128
  • Amstrad CPC
  • MSX
  • Apple 2
  • Macintosh Classic / Color
  • Acorn BBC

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not to forget a…

  • Sega Master System
  • Sega Genesis
  • Sega Saturn
  • Sega Megadrive
  • Sega Game Gear
  • Atari Jaguar
  • Vectrex
  • Atari 2600
  • Coleco
  • A Nintendo Game&Watch

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and yet more, i got…

  • GameCube
  • ZX Spectrum
  • WonderSwan
  • Arduboy
  • Adafruit PyArcade
  • TinyArcade
  • MakerBuino
  • Gamebuino
  • Uzebox
  • EspBoy

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… What are we missing still?

Help me add more items to this poll

No GameCube option? Or ZX Spectrum for that matter?

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Not to forget a Game Gear!


I am surprised no-one has zx spectrum!

I have about 16 or so Arduboys.


I have a ZX81 clone of unknown origin.

I have an Intellivision and most of the cartridges for it.

And, a TI-99/4A with many game cartridges for it, as well.


For CPUs, you didn’t include 8080 (or Z80). I have a Poly 88 with an 8080 CPU. Here’s the inside of mine showing an I/O and memory board I designed and built.

The 8088 CPU also isn’t included. I have an 8088 based genuine IBM 5150 PC with the original monochrome monitor and F type keyboard.


Clockworkpi Gameshell?


I do have the one and only DotCade in existence :stuck_out_tongue:


Ok, spill the beans.

Who has a VirtualBoy?!?

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I have :slight_smile: It is really terrible to play with but it is just an awesome and weird prehistoric VR gaming console.

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I have other more rare consoles also like, Commodore CDTV and CD32, and Gizmondo.

I still would like to get e.g. Apple Pippin, Vectrex, and Commodore SX64 but probably never will :slight_smile:


There are two working SX64’s here in Oz for sale. One is $1,500 and the other $1,000 AUD (approx 900 and 600 Eur). They were a nice looking machine BITD.

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Where does “Raspberry Pi stuffed into an old FM radio, running Windows 3.1 in Dosbox, with a working tiny mouse and keyboard” fall in the list?

Now, if only I could find a cheap Amiga toy :crazy_face:

[edit] Forgot to mention full 640x480 ‘vga’ screen :stuck_out_tongue:


The Pokitto in the background gives it some seriously (small) scale.


Emulation devices (not original hardware, so probably not the question here), Evercade
and also mini consoles, The C64, HDMI clone consoles


I’m not sure whether the lack of older consoles means the people here have genuinely only bought consoles more recently or if they’ve previously owned the older consoles and then sold them.

Top marks for whoever brought up the WonderSwan purely because of its amusing name.

I wonder if anyone has a Neo Geo console?
(I don’t, but I do have the “confidential” hardware spec for what I presume is the original Neo Geo CD.)

I’ve had a larger number on these lists but have done a bit of pruning over the last few years heh… so handed off a few game boys of various types and a DSi. Also some SNES’s and an N64

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hmmm, Dreamcast? Turbo Grafix series?, random kit build systems (OGA Black, various RPi handheld custom builds)

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