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[[File:iQue Player.png|thumb|An '''iQue Player'''.]]
  
The '''iQue Player''' is a game console created by iQue and BroadOn (formerly Routefree, later iGware, now Acer Cloud) in partnership with Nintendo, released only in China. Based on the N64, it adds features like removable [[NAND]] flash memory, PC connectivity (via USB), slightly better performance & exclusive Chinese-translated games.
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The '''iQue Player''' is a game console created by iQue and BroadOn (formerly Routefree, later iGware, now Acer Cloud) in partnership with Nintendo, released only in China in late 2003. Based on the Nintendo 64, the iQue Player adds features like removable [[NAND]] flash memory, PC connectivity (via USB), slightly better performance, and 14 different [[games]] translated into Simplified Chinese.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:28, 25 March 2018

An iQue Player.

The iQue Player is a game console created by iQue and BroadOn (formerly Routefree, later iGware, now Acer Cloud) in partnership with Nintendo, released only in China in late 2003. Based on the Nintendo 64, the iQue Player adds features like removable NAND flash memory, PC connectivity (via USB), slightly better performance, and 14 different games translated into Simplified Chinese.