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Amazing TinyScreen Games Console

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Find handheld gaming machines to be just too big? Well, it’s time to stop worrying: the TinyScreen console is here, provided you chip in with some crowd funding.

Part of the TinyCircuits Kickstarter – a snap-together electronics kit that can make a series of mini-tech things – the TinyScreen costs $75 (£47) and comes with Asteroids and Tiny Bird pre-installed.

As well as using their kit to make DIY versions of the Apple Watch and Google Glass, TinyCircuits also recommend their products be used as ‘jewellery’. Though we’d suggest that if you’re resorting to hanging a tiny TV round your neck, it might be time your other half saw someone about their tech obsession.

With a screen that’s less than an inch across, this is one console that’s finally small enough to fit in that mysterious tiny pocket on your jeans.

[Via Kotaku]

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