Digital Portable System is the name of a series of NES-On-a-Chip (NOAC) Famiclones and Game Boy Advance clones that resembles the Sony PlayStation Portable, the systems were manufactured by Votre Electronics in Indonesia.
This system appears to be a variation of the Play Vision Portable (PVP).
The first edition ever release of the Digital Portable System (formerly known as the Slim Getar-station) was around December 2011, which was when the Sony PSP reached its peak of popularity in Indonesia.
The console was a series of NES-On-a-chip game console before the release of DPS PSi and DPS PVi which is a combination of Sega Saturn and Game Boy Advance.
Many different versions and models of Digital Portable System or Getar-station were released, and somewhat very difficult to distinguish.
List of included games
Due to the high amount of games contained inside both internal and proprietary cartridge of the console, not every game title can be documented, but here's a list of common titles:
- Sonic the Hedgehog - hack of Somari that changes Mario back to Sonic, The most common version starts at Spring Yard Zone instead of Green Hill Zone.