Pocket Dream Console
|Manufacturer||Conny Technology Co., Ltd.|
|Type||Closed-system handheld game console|
|Release date||JPN August 3, 2006|
In Germany, the PDC is rebranded as "MGT (Mobile Games Technology) Pocket Star LCD - Spielkonsole 30in1" by importer PEARL or sold under the original Name "PDC" from Videojet at Toys R Us. The Videojet-Version is available with 30, 40, 50 or 100 games.
The PDC is a closed system with 100 built-in games, mostly unofficial clones of other popular titles, including clones of Loderunner, Arkanoid, Puzzloop, Sokoban, Bomberman and Nintendogs. The advertised line-up includes:
Presumed to be 16 bits but the architecture is still unknown.
- A/V port: The system can be connected to a TV or other equipment with a custom cable for composite video and mono audio and is sold separately. It uses a mini USB B connector.
- Mini headphone jack.
- Buttons: D-pad; A, B and menu buttons; two shoulder pads and volume control.
- 2" backlit TFT LCD screen.
- 3 AAA batteries.
- Lifetime: 15 hours
- 3V logic
- A blue power LED.
- System powers down automatically after some time when no button has been pressed.
- Manufacturer: AU Optronics
- Part number: A020BL01
- Size: 2 inch
- Full color
- Resolution: 320x240
- Pixel positioning: delta
- Number of contacts: 33
- color: blue, red and white
- One built-in speaker
- Volume can be adjusted with two buttons.
- Width: 10.3 cm
- Height: 5.2 cm
- Depth: 2.4 cm
- Weight: . g