The OneStation, with a Pocket 34-in-1 cart inserted.
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The One Station is a handheld console that resembles the Game Boy Micro; it was produced by JungleTac and was sometimes distributed by KenSingTon. The One Station has no internal processor—it is only a display and controller. The actual hardware is a system-on-a-chip built into the cartridges.
The initial cartridges released for the One Station were compilations of JungleTac's own VT09 and Game Boy Advance-based 16-bit games. However, many Famiclone-based multicarts were subsequently produced, and later an adapter (essentially a self contained Mega Drive clone) allowed MD MAX cartridges to be played on the handheld.
The product's packaging and JungleTac's website promised future cartridges providing features including a digital camera, MP3 player, GPS, digital TV, SD card reader. Most of these were never released, but the MP3 player cartridge was available.
KenSingTon also released a console called the FC-3000, sometimes known as the OneStation Elite. It is actually a Famiclone which uses a different type of proprietary cartridge.
- The 32M-99B multicart for the system features Sonic 3D Blast 5.