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History[edit | edit source]

The Pelican VG Pocket line was made by JungleTac and branded by Performance Design Products.[1][2]

VG Pocket Max[edit | edit source]

The Pelican VG Pocket Max was launched in 2005.[3]

The VG Pocket Max uses a color 2.5 inch TFT LCD.[4]

VG Pocket 50[edit | edit source]

The VG Pocket 50 was released on November 15th, 2005.[5]

VG Pocket Tablet[edit | edit source]

The VG Pocket Tablet was launched by August 2006.[6]

The VG Pocket Tablet has a 1.5 inch backlit TFT LCD display.[6]

The VG Pocket Tablet is not a tablet format device, it is round and flat.[6]

VG Pocket Caplet[edit | edit source]

The Pelican VG Pocket Caplet was launched by October of 2006.[3] The Caplet cost $40 for the handheld itself, and $15 for the add on AV cable.[3]

The VG Pocket Caplet has a two inch backlit TFT LCD display.[7]

The VG Pocket Caplet is powered by three small AAA type batteries.[3]

The VG Pocket Caplet supported AV out over an optional cable.[3]

The VG Pocket Caplet has Bust a Move and Taito Space Invaders Part II built in.[3] Many games on the VG Pocket Caplet are also found on the Vii home console.[8]

VG Pocket Mini[edit | edit source]

The VG Pocket Mini has a 1.5 inch backlit LCD.[1]

The VG Pocket Mini uses a microswitch joystick.[1]

The VG Pocket Mini includes 30 games, many of which are clones of NES games.[1]

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