History of video games/Platforms/Pelican VG Pocket
The VG Pocket Max
The VG Caplet
History[edit | edit source]
VG Pocket Max[edit | edit source]
The Pelican VG Pocket Max was launched in 2005.
The VG Pocket Max uses a color 2.5 inch TFT LCD.
VG Pocket 50[edit | edit source]
The VG Pocket 50 was released on November 15th, 2005.
VG Pocket Tablet[edit | edit source]
The VG Pocket Tablet was launched by August 2006.
The VG Pocket Tablet has a 1.5 inch backlit TFT LCD display.
The VG Pocket Tablet is not a tablet format device, it is round and flat.
VG Pocket Caplet[edit | edit source]
The VG Pocket Caplet has a two inch backlit TFT LCD display.
The VG Pocket Caplet is powered by three small AAA type batteries.
The VG Pocket Caplet supported AV out over an optional cable.
VG Pocket Mini[edit | edit source]
The VG Pocket Mini has a 1.5 inch backlit LCD.
The VG Pocket Mini uses a microswitch joystick.
The VG Pocket Mini includes 30 games, many of which are clones of NES games.
References[edit | edit source]
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- Buckleitner, Warren (5 October 2006). "Another Shot at Space Invaders and Other Venerable Games (Published 2006)". The New York Times.
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