Visteon Dockable Entertainment

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Dockable Entertainment featuring Game Boy Advance
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Manufacturer Visteon
Type Video game console
Generation Sixth generation
Retail availability
  • NA July 2006
Media Cartridge, DVD, CD
CPU ARM7TDMI, 16.78 MHz
Graphics Custom 2D core
Controller input

The Visteon Dockable Entertainment System (officially referred to as Dockable Entertainment featuring Game Boy Advance) is a portable DVD player created by Visteon in July 2006 for the US market[1] at an MSRP of $1299 USD.[2] The player is notable for containing officially licensed Game Boy Advance hardware, as Visteon partnered with Nintendo to announce the product at CES 2006.[3]

The device was not sold at general retailers, but rather sold at car dealerships in combination of a roof docking head mount for installation, or already equipped in select models of certain vehicles.[4]

Hardware specifications[edit]

  • 10.2" Flip Down LCD Display
  • 6-Pin Auxiliary Port
  • Infrared Port
  • DVD Drive
  • Game Boy Advance Cartridge Slot

Alongside this, the player came with a wireless game controller, a set of wireless headphones, a remote control, and compatibility with MP3 and WMA CD files.[5]

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