DeAndre Cortez Way, better known by his stage name Soulja Boy, had updated his storefront SouljaWatch with a new handheld console titled “SouljaGame Handheld.”
The newest addition to his line up of Soulja-branded electronics comes just two weeks after he pulled consoles that contained hundreds of unauthorized ROMs from various game developers amid a potential lawsuit by Nintendo for a violation of the Trademark Counterfeiting Act.
The handheld, which conveniently looks exactly like Sony’s PlayStation Vita, is described as having “exquisite craftsmanship and fashion design,” sporting a 16:9 HD screen with a very non-HD resolution of 480 x 272, and allows owners to use a “multi thread task mode” so that you can listen to your favorite songs “while watching e-books.”
But wait, there’s more.
Your SouljaGame Handheld also comes with “stereo sound speakers,” and comes out of the box with support for JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIF, and PNG image formats. In case you aren’t in the business of using your handheld to photoshop with, it has “practical functions,” such as a calendar, calculator and even a stopwatch so you can time yourself on how long it takes for you to realize that you were sold a Vita rip-off.
You can buy the latest handheld for only $99.99 because Soulja Boy was kind enough to put it on sale from its original price tag of $200.