The Puma 2600 is a portable Atari 2600 VCS made by Kevin Horton. He used the casing from a Sega Nomad along with a custom-made Atari 2600 and decoder circuits. It took four days to design and weighs less than 500g.
Cartridges are inserted upside down and there is a controller port so that the user may use a controller/joystick instead of the built-in buttons, or it may be used by a second player in 2-player games. The Puma 2600 can be powered by both AC Adaptor and AA batteries (over 1 hour battery life). All Atari 2600 buttons are functional and all games are compatible (except Indy 500, which requires Driving Controllers). Find out more at Kevin\'s Site.
This handheld is made by Kevin Horton and is not endorsed by or affiliated with the parent company of origin. Pictures courtesy of Kevin Horton.
Platform: Atari 2600 Video Computer System.