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Edition:32G

Build-in 3500different classic games.

Controller and game stick, 2.4G Bluetooth with 10 meters distance. It's more convenient. 

"p"Support one or double player, doubles game to make you more enjoyable with your familiers or friends.

"p"No cable,more free,intrared connection. 

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"p"Specification:

"p"Language: Support Multi-laNguages

"p"Emulator: MAME/FC/GB/GBA/GBC/MD/SFC/PS1/N64/ATARI2600/ATARI7800

"p"CPU: GB2

"p"Sd Ram: DDR3 256M

"p"Flash: 128M

"p"Material: ABS 

"p"Color: Black

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"p"Package Included: 

"p"2 x Controllers

"p"1 x Game Stick 

"p"1 x Charging Cable

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