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About the product
- Plays SNES and NES cartridges
- Stand-up Dock, Dual Capacity Lithium-ion Battery
- RetroPort Adapter for NES games
- Two SuperRetro Controller
- Users manual
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Week 2 update: After using it for almost 2 weeks I troubleshooted some issues and resolved them...first of all if it does not play your game; take out the game cartridge and again insert it but gently and not all the way in....I had some issues where the game would not play but only after re-inserting the game gently and kinda halfway in...it now works...I had problems with some games but now that i do the same thing with cartridges; they all work great...i am a big fan of Donkey King Country 2 and it plays great!!!!
-Long battery life.
-Plays most games and compatible with other adapters such as the Super Game Boy and RetroGen.
-Durable snap-on acrylic stand.
-Decent audio/video output.
-Screen is very easy to clean.
-Too much wiggle room in cartridge slot: Accidentally shaking the system results in automatic reset and loss of data (Most major flaw in the system). Issue is very common in 46 pin SNES games and can also affect NES games and 62 pin SNES games to some extent. A 46 to 62 pin adapter is needed in the future along with a narrower cartridge slot.
-Unoriginal hardware, which results in incompatibility with certain games, none of which I own. Look on Wikipedia or other websites for said incompatible games.
-Poorly designed system and adapters (Severity of issues may vary, but issues are ranked from highest to lowest):
-Controller Adapter has a fragile design and is only compatible with SNES input devices, rendering devices such as R.O.B., Zapper, Power Pad, Power Glove, and N.E.S. Advantage useless (2nd most major issue).
-RetroPort N.E.S. Adapter is too large and does not always make a tight fit with the system. Modification is needed in order to secure a tighter fit.
-The ystem is too large to hold in your hands, so it's better off as a stationary console.
-Slight video issue: Flickers like an old television during start-up.
-Reset command should have its own button and "Contrast" should be renamed to brightness.
-Misleading LED: When battery is low, the LED remains green, but it flashes.
-Screws provided with stand serve no purpose. The stand has pegs that prevent them from being put in.
-Limited headphone compatibility: Certain versions of Earbuds manufactured by Apple may or may not work.
Hopefully the third one I get will actually work properly. I will update with more info once I get it.