Consoles

Maker: Gameboy 
Year: 1998
Description: The Gameboy Color is a small handheld gaming device, featuring a relective (not lit) color screen and 4-button gameplay input (directional pad and A and B buttons). Device came in 5 different colors (Berry, Grape, Kiwi, Dandelion, and Teal).  
Maker: Nokia
Year: 2004
Description: Small handheld gaming and smartphone device, featuring color screen. Uses Nokia Series 60 Symbian OS. Has a SD card slot for games and memory cards. 
Maker: Nintendo 
Year: 2002
Description: Flip handheld gaming device, featuring color screen, device came in 13 different colors. It is backwardly compatible with the original Gameboy and Gameboy Color. There are two versions of the handheld. The AGS-001 has a front-lit color LCD, while the AGS-101 has a backlit color LCD.
Maker: Sega
Year: 1991
Description: Sega Game Gear is a handheld game console with color screen, requires game cartridge input. 
Maker: Nintendo
Year: 2008
Description: Flip handheld gaming device, featuring dual color screens (with bottom screen serving as a touch screen). Has two cameras and built in wireless networking.
Clamshell case of Nintendo DSI with touch screen
Maker: Nintendo
Year: 2009/2010
Description: Flip handheld gaming device, featuring dual color screens (with bottom screen serving as a touch screen). The Nintendo DSi XL has the same properties as the Nintendo DSi; but is larger in size. The XL was originally released in Japan in 2009 and worldwide by 2010. 
Maker: Mattel
Year: 1977
Description: Handheld gaming console that simulates playing football-- requires single players to move across a small rectangular (football field) screen and surpass obstacles to score.
Maker: Milton Bradley 
Year: 1979
Description: Handheld gaming console- uses inter-changable cartridges, LCD screen. 
 Maker: Nintendo 
Year: 1982
Description: Handheld game console with two LCD screens, which requires player to avoid obstacles to win game
Maker: Nintendo 
Year: 1982
Description: Handheld game console with single screen that requires players to avoid obstacles
Maker: Nintendo 
Year: 1982
Description: Handheld game console with single screen that requires players to avoid obstacles (trees, shark infested water) while parachuting
Maker: Bandai
Year: 1996
Description: Handheld console with monochrome screen, which requires users to care for a pet.
Maker: 1997
Year: Tiger Electronics
Description: Small LCD screen; gameplay involves caring for a pet. 

Games

Maker: EA Sports
Year: 2004
Description: Animated game, which allows players to select character type and play 19 holes of golf at various PGA locations.
Maker: Tiger Electronics 
Year: 1997
Description: Small LCD screen; gameplay involves caring for a pet. 
Maker: Mattel
Year: 1977
Description: Handheld gaming console that simulates playing football-- requires single players to move across a small rectangular (football field) screen and surpass obstacles to score.mI
Maker: Milton Bradley 
Year: 1979
Description: Handheld gaming console- uses inter-changable cartridges and LCD screen. 
Maker: Nintendo 
Year: 1982
Description: Handheld game console with two LCD screens, which requires player to avoid obstacles to win game


Maker: Nintendo 
Year: 1982
Description: Handheld game console with single screen that requires players to avoid obstacles
Maker: Nintendo
Year: 1982
Description: Handheld game console with single screen that requires players to avoid obstacles (trees, shark infested water) while parachuting
Maker: Bandai
Year: 1996
Description: Handheld game console with single screen that requires players to avoid obstacles (trees, shark infested water) while parachuting
Maker: Nokia 
Year: 2005
Description: Animated game, which allows players to race in various countries and at various tracks and select different cars to race.
Maker: EA Sports
Year: 2004
Description: Animated game, which requires players to avoid obstacles and perform tricks while snowboarding
Maker: Neversoft
Year: 2004
Description: Animated game, which requires players to perform skateboarding tricks competitively to receive points; allows multiplayer mode or free-play

Phones

Maker: Apple
Year: 2008
Description: Touch screen mobile phone, which includes GPS, 3G capability, and supported game play
Maker: Blackberry 
Year: 2002
Description: Monochrome mobile phone, runs Java platform, and 2G capable
Maker: Motorola
Year: 2004
Description: Thin flip phone with mini USB port, digital camera, predecessor of the StarTAC
Maker: Motorola 
Year: 1997 
Description: First flip phone 
Maker: Nokia 
Year: 2000
Description: Originally released in 2000, Nokia re-released a version of the phone in 2017. The original phone had a monochrome LCD. The re-released version uses a color display and has a camera. Pre-installed games include Pairs II, Space impact, Bantumi, and Snake II. 
Maker: Nokia 
Year: 1998
Description: Mobile phone with game series (Pairs II, Space impact, Bantumi, and Snake ii) and digital music play, FM radio reception
Maker: Nokia 
Year: 1997
Description: Mobile phone with game series (Memory, Snake, Logic).
Maker: Samsung 
Year: 2002 
Description: Mobile phone with LCD display
Maker: Danger Incorporated
Year: 2002
Description: Slide out mobile phone, QWERTY keyboard, LCD color screen. Web browsing support through a hosted server that scaled web content. Java based OS and Applications
Maker: Samsung
Year: 2010 
Description: Clamshell / flip phone primarily designed for making phone calls, but which offered an mobile internet browser and the download of ringtones and games. Compatible with GSPR and Edge network.  

Sony Erricson mobile phone Maker: Sony Ericsson 
Year: 2006 
Description: Mobile phone featuring 4GB of storage and compatible with GSM / UMTS networks. The device included a touch screen along with number pad input. It runs a version of Sony's UIQ device software. The device came with two games, one like Tetris, called QuandraPop, and another called NightClub Empire

Maker: Palm, Inc.
Year: 2003
Description: PDA with small keyboard. The device came with an earbud and microphone (input) which could be used for making phone calls with accompanying cellular service. The device held  16 mb of memory. The device used GSPR fpr data.

Palm device featuring flip-over cover and stylusMaker: Palm, Inc. 
Year: 2005
Description: A PDA, which served as a successor to the Palm Tungsten series. The device featured a 16-bit color touchscreen (and no physical keypad). The device allowed 128 mb of flash memory. It allowed for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.