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Captivated By A Dual Screen Mario Phone

Mariophone
I apologize in advance for subjecting you to this peculiar example of Chinese gadget excess. On the outside, it's a chubby dual screen GSM camera phone with a less-than ergonomic QWERTY keyboard.  I'd usually never dream of covering it. However, the pesky thing earned my undivided attention by inexplicably incorporating an NES game emulator under the hood.

Hidden potential...
There. I've admitted it. I'm drawn to Nintendo emulators like a teenage boy to porn bear to honey.

Rationally, I know the vast majority of NES games are virtually unplayable. Even the best ones rarely hold my attention for longer than ten minutes. But I can't stop lusting after each and every ridiculous gadget that plays Tetris or Super Maro Bros. In fact, I not-so-secretly hope someone in a dank Guangdong sweatshop is feverishly putting the finishing touches on a crosscut paper shredder with 3.5" touchscreen and 99 built-in NES games, because I am so there.

Link: ZTC 8898 2.5-inch + 2.8-inch Dual LCD PDA QWERTY Cell Phone

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