Heres a first look at the 4gb 4.3in pmp player (http://www.eachgame....goods-6803.html) No it's not a full review. I really don't have the time right now , maybe in a few weeks. At first glance ,it looks cheap. And really it is at $44 shipped. It is lighter than an ipod touch and seems like there isn't much to it. (The pony game is for my sister m'k?) These were taken with a webcam so they aren't the best Specs: 4.3in Screen backlit (Not very well though) Support Multi Languages Support Play FC/NES+SFC/SNES+SEGA+GB+GBC+GBA+SMC Games Built-in Lion Battery Recharge via PC USB or AC Adapter TV out capability and Built-in speaker Support SD Card(Max 32G) With 1.3M Pixel Camera for photo and video taking Support Play MP3/MP4/WMA music files Built-in total 4GB Memory It does play all those games pretty well. GBA games are the only ones that seemed kinda slower(Maybe 90% emulation speed sometimes? Just a guess) But that was intemittent and is much better emulated in normal screen(not full screen mode). It does have issues with hacked games( not all, just some pokemon hacks, right now only Pokemon sienna is tested) they can't save properly and need to be saved by the system(not in the game) which is what causes problems. Snes , nes and gb gbc, seem fine right now. It comes with a ton of games pre loaded, 2gigs worth leaving you 2 more gigs to add your own games. The buttons are nice , they aren't tachs that click and are stiff, they are very soft . It does have a circle pad which is hard to move so I do not use it much The screen is nice graphics wise and the gba games look surprisingly nice when in full screen mode but it's backlight is weird. It is plenty bright in the dark and there is no blotching but when it is in direct sunlight outside you can't see the screen at all! It appears as if it turns off but it Isn't. Charges and transfers games via usb and you can also use a micro sd/tf card. Mine was shipped with a wall charger but it was European so it is of no use to me here in the U.S All in all it is great to emulate old games, if you can live with 90% emulation for gba or a small play screen to have no lag it is great for that.If your on a budget then this is your best option but if you have the cash I would get a dingoo or k1.