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We are very pleased to announce a new firmware update for your PocketSprite!

There are many, many improvements in this version including: Fixed bugs, better sound, better NES emulation, better file-saving, fixed game support and improved button menu.

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Join the PocketSprite Team on a trip to Shenzhen, the electronics capital of the world. We recently visited our factories to check on production, learn how to optimise our processes for the next batches of manufacturing, and show you how your devices are made and tested...

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After much anticipation, PocketSprite.com is thrilled to unveil the Deluxe Edition.

Built with aerospace-grade aluminium. Individually machined on swiss-type CNCs. Hand polished to a mirror-finish and then anodized to Liquid Silver and Midnight Black. Gorilla Glass screen protector. Breathtaking and bulletproof.

Read more about the story, and get yours today.

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Some of our backers received units suffering from the "Red Light of Death" problem. (All of these backers have had replacement PocketSprites already sent out) But if you're wondering what to do with your non-functional PocketSprites, great news: it can be brought back to life by replacing one simple component. If you're handy with a soldering iron, you can end up with two devices! Sprite_tm steps you through the process of opening the device, locating the component, desoldering and attaching the new component. Ready to get started? All you'll need is the following: 1x PocketSprite that shows the Red Light of Death ( 😢...

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Great news for the PocketSprite Community. Because of the shipping delays some of our backers have faced, we're extending the PocketSprite Coding Competition deadline to August 31, 2018. What's the competition? Build something awesome for the PocketSprite, and win €1000. We're excited to see what developers will bring to the PocketSprite platform. August 31, 2018 - we will announce the winner of the PocketSprite Programming Competition.Qualification Entries are open to anyone. Entries can be of any nature: game, application, etc Entries will be judged by a panel of judges on the following merits: Use of hardware Entertainment Value (for games) Functionality...

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