How many Handheld do you still own? included: * Milton Bradley Microvision (1979) * Epoch Game Pocket Computer - (1984) - Japanese only; not a success * Nintendo Game Boy (1989) - First internationally successful handheld game console * Atari Lynx (1989) - First backlit/color screen, first hardware capable of accelerated 3d drawing * NEC TurboExpress (1990, Japan; 1991, North America) - Played huCard (TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine) games, first console/handheld intercompatibility * Sega Game Gear (1991) - Architecturally similar to Sega Master System, notable accessory firsts include a TV tuner * Watara Supervision (1992) - first handheld with TV-OUT support; although the Super Game Boy was only a compatibility layer for the preceding game boy. * Sega Mega Jet (1992) - no screen, made for Japan Air Lines (first handheld without a screen) * Mega Duck/Cougar Boy (1993) - 4 level grayscale 2,7" LCD - Stereo sound - rare, sold in Europe and Brazil * Nintendo Virtual Boy (1994) - Monochromatic (red only) 3D goggle set, only semi-portable; first 3D portable * Sega Nomad (1995) - Played normal Sega Genesis cartridges, albeit at lower resolution * Neo Geo Pocket (1996) - Unrelated to Neo Geo consoles or arcade systems save for name * Game Boy Pocket (1996) - Slimmer redesign of Game Boy * Game Boy Pocket Light (1997) - Japanese only backlit version of the Game Boy Pocket * Tiger game.com (1997) - First touch screen, first Internet support (with use of sold-separately modem) * Game Boy Color (1998) * Cybiko (Around 1998) * Playblock (around 1998, possibly earlier) * Sony PocketStation (1998) - Japanese only PS1 memory card / portable mini console in one. * SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color (1999) * Bandai WonderSwan (1999) - Developed by Gumpei Yokoi after leaving Nintendo * Bandai WonderSwan Color (2000) * Game Park GP32 (2001) - first with full homebrew support * Game Boy Advance (2001) - First 32-bit handheld * Bandai Swan Crystal (2002) - Minor redesign of WonderSwan Color * N-Gage (2003) - Game system and GSM cell phone (first combination of the two); first included mp3 player and FM radio; used Bluetooth (first wireless multiplayer); first use of GPRS for online play * Game Boy Advance SP (2003) - Redesign of GBA: slimmer, clamshell form factor; frontlit screen * Gameking (2003) - first handheld developed by a Chinese company. * Tapwave Zodiac (2004) - First PDA/game handheld hybrid; Palm OS PDA with game-focused form factor and features * Nokia N-Gage QD (2004) - Redesign of N-Gage, removed mp3 playback and radio * Nintendo DS (2004) - First inclusion of dual screens, built-in microphone, and Wi-Fi for wireless multiplayer; touchscreen * PlayStation Portable (2004/2005) - First use of optical media; uses Memory Sticks for saved data; plays movies and music and views JPEG pictures. * Gizmondo (2005) - Uses GPRS network; first inclusion of GPS for location-based games, first built-in camera * Game Boy Micro (2005) - Redesign of GBA; smallest Game Boy form factor to date, first transflective LCD screen in a handheld. * Game Boy Advance SP (Backlit) - A low key re-release of the GBA SP with a backlit screen. * XGP (2005) and Game Park Holdings GP2X (2005) - Successor units to the GP32 handheld, each being developed by the two companies that split off from Game Park. * Ez MINI (2005) by Shanda * Nintendo DS Lite (2006) - Redesign of DS, including smaller size, brighter screen levels, and other subtle changes. * VG Pocket Caplet Upgraded VG Pocket Max. * PlayStation Portable Slim & Lite (2007) - Redesign of PlayStation Portable (PSP), including smaller size, lighter weight, Video out capability, USB charge, and other changes. Here my: x2 Original Game boy. x1 Game Boy Pocket. x2 Game Boy Color x2 Game Boy Advance x1 Lite x3 ======= 11 Handheld ~ maybe I should take a picture..