Nintendo Pokemon mini

The Pokemon mini was introduced in 2001 during the height of the franchise's popularity. With Pokemon-themed titles ranging from pinball to Tetris, the handheld unit took advantage of a built-in IR sensor for multiplayer gaming and even included rumble force feedback despite weighing just 70 grams.

  • Status: Discontinued
  • Availability date: Nov. 16, 2001

Basic Specs

Form Factor Slab
Game media type Cartridge

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Tech Specs

Hardware
Form Factor Slab
Length 2.91 inches
Width 2.28 inches
Thickness 0.91 inches
Weight 0.15 pounds
Color Clear / Purple, Clear / Green, Clear / Blue
Primary orientation Portrait
Sensors Accelerometer
Display
Technology LCD
Resolution (longer) 96 px
Resolution (shorter) 64 px
Input
Controls D-Pad
Connectivity
Wi-Fi No
IR Yes
Software
Game media type Cartridge
Power
Removable battery Yes
Battery type Disposable
Disposable type AAA
Quoted use time 60 hr
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