This one seems to work except for the display. The screen will show a frame and then hold it and slowly fade away.
When you press a button (usually b) it sometimes will refresh. I was able to boot it, load the free loader which got to the emulator screen, and load a few emulators and get a few games to come up such as Zelda on NES (see pictures), but it's not playable because the screen doesn't refresh. My guess is if you replace the screen it will be good to go.Update, on one turn on, the display worked perfectly and I was able to play Zelda perfectly. So it may be something small and easily fixable.
Couldn't believe I was able to play it. When I turned it off and retried the display had the issue again.It's in good shape otherwise. All the buttons seem to work, including the analog ones. I was able to move link all around for example.
Also that means the motherboard and cpu are all good to go. Just the screen is the issue. These are hard to find, this one would be a good fixer for a collector. It's really fun to hold and well built. Used to love to play this thing for hours!It is an actual full console that had many game releases back in the day in Korea. This may be the first handheld that really started the emulator craze.
At least the most popular back in the day. I used to play NES games on it for hours and hours on plane rides.My hunch is that these will become very valuable since it started a trend with handheld emulators that is flourishing today. This item is in the category "Video Games & Consoles\Video Game Consoles". The seller is "fernaldshop" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.