scott and rym want a rom player, who doesnt? i know i have a few: (suggestions)
[Gameboy Advance] I really wouldn't suggest this method, you either spend a few hundred on a game-cart (meant for GAB roms) and put a emulator on it. or around 80 bucks for a pirate cartrige with around 4 gba games and 70 nes games. WIKI:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_Boy_Advance_flash_cartridges
[PSP] $250, its a rom player and a great media player too. WIKI:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PlayStation_Portable_Homebrewing
[GP32] This system is totally off the common market. it was originally a taiwan-only system but it spread and is very well spread with around 3-4 versions. it uses smartmedia cards. mine will sometimes read my 128meg card or as it usually does, it wont. it came with 2 16meg games that i just erased. it has the same functions as a psp (minus the psp-compatibility). neither this nor the psp run gba games at more than like 5 fps (advance wars). WIKI:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GP32
[GP2X] this is the sequel to the GP32, it uses SD cards and is very up to date. it came out over the summer im pretty sure. it runs with 2 CPUs and has some good features. i dont have it so i cant give you a thorough rant. WIKI:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GP2X
anyone know of or even have some others?