Official Website:http://hyperkin.com/index.php/supaboy-p ... sole.html/Quick Overview
At home or on the go, the SupaBoy plays your favorite Super Nintendo and Super Famicom cartridges anywhere you are.
Product Features :
Two seven-pin ports in front for wired controllers
SNES controller design
Screen size (diagonal): 3.5 inches
2.5 Hours battery life
Measures: 8.5 x 4 x 1.5 inches
Weight: 11.5 ounces
Adjustable volume control
The SupaBoy will play original SNES cartridges on a built-in 3.5” LCD screen and is designed to look like an original SNES controller including a D-pad, face buttons, as well as right and left shoulder buttons. The SupaBoy also includes two front loading ports that are compatible with full-size SNES controllers and video/audio out, allowing up to two players to play the SupaBoy on a regular TV screen.
Now that all that is over with ....... I have one of these in hand. It's a pretty nice portable, not to heavy, not to light.
It's 8 3/4" x 4" x 1 3/4" overall dimensions. As a comparison the FC16Go is 7" x 4" x 1 3/4".
The screen is 3.5" and is just bright enough and looks very sharp. Much better than the Yobo FC16Go screen. It also runs off a standard 3.5v, so it can be used and replaced easily.
The sound is good but it doesn't get very loud, and there is a slight hum at louder volumes.
The buttons are nice and the d-pad is nice. But I have had problems with diagonals and left or right then immediately down. Like when trying to make Mario run and slide. With the Snes controller you can just push right/left then diagonal and Mario ducks and slides. With the built in d-pad you have to let go of the left/right and then push down. Much harder that way.
The game cartridge fits snug and can be locked in so it doesn't move. This is accomplished with a slide tab on the back that when slid left puts pressure on the cart making the cart stay much more steady.
Well here are the pics :
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