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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
User avatar #10 - blackwargreymon
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If a handheld system cannot fit in your pocket, then can it really be called as such?
User avatar #12 to #10 - benjamino
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A handheld is a handheld if it can be held in the hand.

I can see why you might not have guessed this though.
User avatar #13 to #12 - blackwargreymon
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No... What I mean is, the selling point of a handheld system is portability. Game Boy, PSP, whatever it is, it should at least fit in a pocket. This doesn't, removing any real advantage of being a handheld device. Nintendo might as well have just sold a ******* app on the ipad.
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User avatar #14 to #13 - benjamino
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No, the selling points of a handheld system are the good things it's creators give it. Just because most other handhelds can fit in a pocket and use this as a selling point, doesn't mean they all have And just because it doesn't fit in a pocket, doesn't mean it isn't portable. I take my kindle everywhere, and this is smaller than a kindle, so I'm pretty sure I'll have no trouble.
Nintendo and app store don't like each other.
However, none of any of this changes that a handheld anything can be held in the hand, and if it can be held in the hand it can be referred to as handheld.