New nostalgic toy called FunKeyS suitable to carry on the keychain given its Lilliputian dimensions of only 42.5 x 44.5 x 13.8 mm folded. A curiosity of negligible size in which to play will already be in itself an adventure especially if you have good hands and a view of the mole.
Despite its size, the FunKeyS will allow emulating a long list of 8 and 16-bit consoles, among which we have Playstation 1, GameGear, NES, SuperNES, Gameboy (classic, Color and Advance), Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, Atari, Neo Geo Pocket and Wonderswan among others. Its Open Hardware & Open Source philosophy stands out with several manuals already available for consultation that can facilitate the birth of a community for this small console.
The small FunKey S includes a SoC with an ARM Cortex-A7 processor capable of reaching 1.2 GHz with 64 MB DDR2 of RAM while for storage we have a microSD card reader.
The screen is a 1.52-inch color IPS and a resolution of 240×240 pixels and we have a 600mha battery inside the chassis. We also have for sound with a 500 mW speaker rechargeable through the included microUSB OTG port. At the level of controls despite its size it includes directional keys, a pair of triggers and 3 control keys.
Price and availability
- At the moment the FunKey S microconsole has no price or availability date, but you can join its news list, since the project will be released soon on Kickstarter.