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Cybiko

Games Supported: List
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Cybiko
Specific version: Clear (not shown)
Wireless, built in rechargeable battery, speaker, 2 ext ports, 1 dpad, 7 shortcut buttons, 58 key QWERTY keyboard, monochrome LCD, homebrew support

Cybiko Extreme

Games Supported: List
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Cybiko
Specific version: Grey
Wireless, built in rechargeable battery, speaker, ext port, 1 dpad, 7 shortcut buttons, 58 key QWERTY keyboard, monochrome LCD, homebrew support, microphone, USB

DS Lite

Games Supported: All DS/GBA games
Can be found for: ~$130
Made by: Nintendo
Specific version: White
2 triggers, 6 buttons, backlight, built in battery, touch screen, dpad, Wifi variant, a cool box

Dual Analog mod for PSP

Games Supported: See PSP Slim and Light
Obtained: En route
Can be found for: ~$60
Made by: Sony+Acidmods
Specific version: Black
Peripheral #: ?
Wifi, 2 triggers, 11 buttons, backlight, built in battery, analog nub, dpad, Photo/Video/Music playback, Homebrew, digital nub (works as 4 buttons), USB

GBA NES SP

Games Supported: All GB/GBC/GBA games, List
Can be found for: ~$50
Made by: Nintendo
2 triggers, 4 buttons, backlight, built in battery, links to Gamecube/Wii systems via cable, a cool box

LiveView

Games Supported: Misc Android apps
Obtained: August 10, 2011
Can be found for: ~$70
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 150
1 system button (Power), 4 face buttons, 1 trigger, LED indicator, rumble, built-in battery, rechargeable via USB, wireless via Bluetooth, 1.3" color 128*128 pixel LCD

My Review  WARNING: DO NOT BUY - It can not and will not stay connected to your phone. You'll need to pull the phone out to reconnect it often

OUYA

Games Supported: Most Android games
Obtained: May 27, 2013
Can be found for: ~$99
Made by: Kickstarter
Peripheral #: 198
System: 1.6 GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB Flash, HDMI, Wifi (b/g/n), Bluetooth (4.0), 1 USB 2.0 port, Ethernet, Android 4.1, 1 microUSB port (for developing)
Controller: Dual clickable analog thumbsticks, dpad, 4 face buttons, 4 shoulder buttons (2 digital, 2 analog), 1 system button, analog touchpad, bluetooth, uses 2xAAs (included)

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Pair Match

Games Supported: Pair Match
Obtained: October 9, 2012
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Bandai
Peripheral #: 174
Specific version: Black
Other versions: White
4 switches (Skill level of AI, Volume, Players, Power), and 5 buttons on both sides (so 10 buttons total), speaker (beeps only)
6x6 grid LCD, capable of showing Green and/or Orange but the corners are numbered 1-4 (to show which game you're playing)
Takes 4 C batteries or an AC adapter

Game 1 is a variation on memory (flip over 2 cards, if they match you get a point) but using sounds instead of pictures.
Game 2 combines Game 1 with Othello
Game 3 is similar to Game 1, but the winner must form a path of possessed panels from one side of the board to the other
Game 4 is like Game 3, but instead you make a square with no panels touching it of the other player's color

Used as a prop on Star Trek

Pebble

Games Supported: Misc Android apps
Obtained: April 8, 2013
Can be found for: ~$100
Made by: Kickstarter
Peripheral #: 195
4 buttons, gyroscope, LCD, bluetooth, rumble, built-in rechargeable battery via proprietary USB cable, can install up to 6 apps/watchfaces via an app on your cellphone

Pocket Sakura/Pikachu

Pocket Sakura
Games Supported: Sakura Wars GB
Can be found for: ~$30 (with game) Import only
Made by: Nintendo

Pocket Pikachu
Games Supported: Pokemon Gold and Silver
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Nintendo
1 dpad, 4 buttons, IRDA link, Pedometer, Reset, speaker,LCD can display 3 colors (+off) at a time, a cool box

My Review More Information

PocketStation

Games Supported: Final Fantasy 8, List
Can be found for: ~$30 Import only
Made by: Sony
Specific version: White
Other versions: Clear
5 buttons, IRDA link, speaker, Reset button

PokéWalker/Wii Fit Meter


PokéWalker
Games Supported: Pokémon Heart Gold/Soul Silver/Mind Crystal (DS)
Obtained: March 14, 2010
Can be found for: ~$40 (with game)
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 096-A

Wii Fit Meter
Games Supported: Wii Fit U (Wii U)
Obtained: November 6, 2014
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 096-B
3 buttons, IRDA link, pedometer, speaker, a cool box
The Wii Fit meter adds an altimeter

More Information My Review

PSP Go

Games Supported: Some PSP/PS1 games
Obtained: May 31, 2010
Can be found for: ~$180
Made by: Sony
Specific version: Black
Peripheral #: 160
Same as non-dual-analog PSP, with the ability to use PS3 wireless controllers (via Bluetooth) and the inability to use multiple ports simultaneously

My Review

PSP Slim and Light

Games Supported: All PSP/PS1 games, Metal Gear Solid 3, Resistance 2
Can be found for: ~$130
Made by: Sony
Specific version: Grey Daxter Collector's Edition
Quantity: 2
Favorite
Same as non-dual-analog PSP, with HDTV out

Virtual Boy

Games Supported: Galactic Pinball, Vertical Force, Red Alarm, List
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Nintendo/Gunpei Yokoi
Favorite (Gift)
2 triggers, 2 dpads, 4 buttons, stereo LCDs

Vita TV

Games Supported: All PS1/PSP games and PS Minis available on PSN,  some (emphasis on nowhere-near-all) Vita games
Obtained: November 21, 2013
Can be found for: ~$100 Import only
Made by: Sony  
Peripheral #: 225
USB master port (to charge/sync controllers, use USB keyboards and firmware updates) ethernet/wifi/bluetooth, Vita memory card and game slots, HDMI (480p, 720p, 1080i) 
Can use SIXAXIS, Dualshock 3 (and eventually 4) controllers

WonderSwan

Games Supported: All WonderSwan games, List
Obtained: November 17, 2009 (Came with WonderBorg)
Can be found for: ~$10 Import only
Made by: Bandai/Gunpei Yokoi
Specific version: Skeleton Blue  
Peripheral #: 084
12 face buttons, 2 system buttons, EXT port
Can be played horizontally or vertically

WonderSwan Color

Games Supported: All WonderSwan and WonderSwan Color games, List
Obtained: October 26 2009
Can be found for: ~$30 Import only
Made by: Bandai/Gunpei Yokoi
Specific version: Final Fantasy Collector's Edition 
Peripheral #: 080
12 face buttons, 2 system buttons, EXT port
Can be played horizontally or vertically

Review

Xperia Play

Games Supported: Most Android games, All PlayStation Suite games
Obtained: April 30, 2011
Can be found for: ~$100
Made by: Sony
Specific version: White
Other versions: Black
Peripheral #: 139
dpad, 2 triggers, 2 analog touch pads, 13 buttons (4 face, 2 volume, 4 OS, 1 redundant OS, Start/Select) microSD slot, 2 cameras+microphones, a cool box, wifi, bluetooth, 3G

Zodiac

Games Supported: All Palm and Zodiac (List) games
Can be found for: ~$130
Made by: Tapwave
Specific version: ² (128 MB RAM)
Other versions: 32 MB RAM
2 triggers, 6 buttons, backlight, built in battery, touch screen, clickable thumbstick, Bluetooth, Metal construction, rumble, 2 SD slots (1 is SD I/O), IR port, a cool box

Used as a prop on StarGate

Note: Systems generally have so many 'Other versions' there is no point listing them all
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