Mega Duck & Cougar Boy
Made in Hong Kong, the Mega Duck was released in 1993.
A toy laptop version of the Mega Duck was released, containing both a normal keyboard and a music keyboard, a mouse, and a printer predating the GameBoy Printer.
The console has 16 kilobytes of RAM.
The console has a four shade monochrome LCD with a resolution of 160 by 144 pixels.
The console has a six pin link port for connecting to another console over a link cable.
The console is powered either by four AA batteries or a 6V DC from an AC adapter.
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