Playing on the TV with the ROM?

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Friends, I had a little debate with a friend: does the nature of devices that allow you to play on the TV games with the console ROM files, downloaded from the Internet (like a hardware emulator connected to the TV, inserted the memory card and forward). In particular we argued about Sega Mega Drive / Genesis. I think such devices should be, the other says no. Search in Google gave nothing. Tell me, can is still there?

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That's not a bad option Dingoo.
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There is such a thing as a flash cartridge. On it is poured the desired ROM, cartridge stuck in the original console, and you can play. Plus, as a rule, are supported by the saves (just dump the RAM console on a USB flash drive).
Examples:
\rwww.raregame.ru/file/20/index.htm for Dandy
\rwww.raregame.ru/file/30/index.htm for Nintendo 64
\rwww.raregame.ru/file/70/index.htm for VirtualBoy
\rwww.pspx.ru/forum/showthread.php?t=50824 for Shogi
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Gaming multimedia system...
Supports memory cards of SD format that allows you to download games from the Internet.
8 bit Dendy (nes),
16 bit Sega (bin).
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