Here's my wishlist for different Mini consoles and their features. Let's assume ALL of them use an off-the-shelf ARM cpu with a pixel-perfect emulator that upscales to 1080p, with a MicroUSB port for power (officially the only use) along with an HDMI port for home consoles SNES Mini: Uses the original style for the region, but miniaturized. The controller is identical, but with the classic controller plug AND a 6 foot cable. N64 mini: Miniaturized version of the original. Controller is identical (with built in rumble), and preferably uses a mini version of the original connector. 6 foot cable Gamecube Mini: Flattened like a pancake, 1080p so unfortunately might be closer to $150. uses standard gamecube controllers with the original connector. Memcard 1 is internally emulated, Memcard 2 uses a USB drive that is plugged into the back ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) This one I can see becoming a major hit, but it's also the most expensive. Gameboy Mini: Somewhere between the Gameboy advanced and Gameboy Micro. Has a collection from the advance, color, and original gameboy. Can connect to other GB Mini consoles wirelessly Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Mini: Not shit. Miniturized. HDMI out, decent controllers. Has the best Genesis/Mega Drive and Master System games The Sega timeline is a little confusing I'm not too familliar with the Xbox and Playstation lines, but I suppose miniaturized versions would be great for them too.