I'm Game 120 Games Handheld Player with 2.7-Inch Color Display, Blue
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- 120 Exciting 16 bit Games with a 2.7" Color display
- Powered by 3 AAA batteries or USB, Built-in speaker, 3.5mm headphone jack, Volume control,Low power indicator
- Type of games: Sports, Action, Adventure, Racing, Puzzles, Card games and more
- Screen Size: 2.7", 960x 240 pixels, Handheld Dimensions: 5" x 2.75" x 1" (127 mm x 69.85mm x 25.4mm) Included in the box: USB Cable, AC Adapter, Wrist Strap, Quick Start Guide
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The GP 120 Handheld Game Player provides a fantastic variety of exciting and challenging games for children of all ages. Bundling 120 Games into one convenient player that fits in your pocket, this is an ideal choice for entertainment on-the-go. The player includes sports, adventure and puzzle games as well as thinking and learning games involving memory, math, and logic. Featuring a 2.7 inch TFT full color widescreen display, built in speaker, a 3.5mm headphone jack, as well as an AV output (for connection to your TV via AV cable) and running via USB/AC or battery power, the GP 120 will always have something new to amuse while you're at home or on the move. Comes in your choice of three colors. I'm Game!...are you?
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There are a lot of reviews posted here talking about how much the reviewer's kids enjoy this. For this review I'm going to tell you that it's good for big kids too - college age kids and beyond.
Most people probably don't know that you can no longer send electronics containing lithium batteries to military APO/FPO addresses. That's not a special military requirement, it's a USPS requirement as lithium batteries are apparently potentially dangerous when being transported in airplane cargo holds. The down side to that is that it limits your choices in electronics you can send to soldiers as most newer products have rechargeable lithium batteries inside.
This handheld gaming device runs on alkaline batteries, can be sent to military addresses and this is about as good as it gets for handheld electronic games that run on alkaline batteries. It has a large color LCD screen, the games are entertaining and it has pretty good battery life even on alkaline batteries.
This game is very popular and a great distraction. I recommend this as a terrific gift option for your to send to your soldier.