Long time no see...
A while back I found out about a bad-ass gaming device / handheld PC called "Pandora." It's $500, and my wife won't let me buy it, but the guy who is behind the project has also made some super bad-ass retro gaming hardware, which I suspect this forum's users will find enticing.
Anyway, here is his online shop. The products in question are the Retrode 2 (which has its own website here and a pending store here), and the SNES Super Everdrive.
The Retrode allows actual game ROMs to be downloaded from actual cartridges and run in an emulator (including ports for actual SNES or Sega controllers), but more importantly, it allows actual game RAM -- saved game progress -- to be downloaded, edited, and uploaded. With an existing game ROM, league states could be uploaded into an actual cart's RAM for play on an actual console.
The Everdrive acts as an adapter, and allows an SD or MMC card to be loaded with a ROM, which can be played on an actual console. This is likely the more useful of these devices for this forum, but each will no doubt be the object of envy for most everybody here.
Some super-sweet hardware, here appropriate...
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