The first of the mobile phone as a “decent” replacement for a handheld game console – why fill both pockets when you can just fill one. Classic device that started the trend for devices that can do multiple things at once (good one iPhone, you wrecked it for many).
The console/phone is in good working order, albite it looks well used (see pics). Battery life was still good last time I used it (a few years ago – but will charge it up now – opps no charger, but there are 2 batteries [BL-4C])
Comes with original manuals and software & guides CD ROM. Also had headset with mic for hands-free calls (actually, you would need to use your hands to accept the call, unless you had auto answer turned on). Comes in original box with little plastic bags so you can relive an un-boxing like it was new.
NokiaN-Gage MMS Gaming Console – Handset (also know as the Taco). Just add a SIM and make it your everyday dialer. Running Symbian 60.
I brought is way back in April 2004.
The games are used but as-new (original boxes in good condition with manuals and cartridge carriers).
EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 (still plastic wrapped)
Sega Rally Championship
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater
Puyo Pop (missing cartridge caddy)
Asphalt Urban GT
The Sims Bustin’ Out
Tomb Raider Starring Lara Croft
Red Fraction (missing cartridge caddy)
Tom Clancey’s Splinter Cell – Team Stealth Action
Virtua Tennis – Sega Professional Tennis
Super Monkey Ball
Puzzle Bobble VS
EA Sports FIFA Football 2004 (soccer)
As you can see it come with a good all-round selection of games. Many being multiplayer (via bluetooth), so find a mate and get retro.
If you want just one, make an offer.
You can be cooler than all the people on http://www.sidetalkin.com/photos.html as you’ll actually have the phone to do it for real.