Top Portable Gadgets for Gamers on the Go

Top Portable Gadgets

Laptops and personal computers remain to be highly popular mediums for game playing for the most avid gamers. But for those individuals who do not have much time to stay at home for hours at a time, or those who absolutely have to go online to play the moment they get some free time, even if it is just during the few minutes of commute to work or school, then portable gaming consoles are an absolute must have.

There is good news and bad news if you are in the market for a new portable gaming gadget. The good news is that there is wide array of choices out there so there will certainly be one or two that will fit your needs to a tee. The bad news is that with all the great choices available, you can get a splitting headache trying to decide on which one to buy! This is actually why some really enthusiastic (and apparently rich) gamers end up buying more than one console for their entertainment needs.

If you are like the vast majority of the population that can afford to buy only one expensive gadget at a time, following is a list of today’s top portable gaming gadgets that you can choose from.


Nintendo 3DS

Currently the leading handheld game console based on critics’ and customers’ reviews alike, there are plenty of reasons why you should seriously consider getting a Nintendo 3DS instead of other portable gaming devices. Just like most of its contemporaries, the 3DS is capable of online gaming, has a built-in microphone and webcam, has decent dimensions and weight, and is Wi-Fi compatible. But unlike a few of its competitors, the 3DS also has a camera and a touch-screen feature. It easily takes the cake as the best handheld console for most gamers, especially since its price is surprisingly affordable compared to the rest.




Though it does not get a unanimous thumbs-up from critics, the PSP Go from Sony is definitely a very close second to the 3DS. It is no secret that some of the best games are from Sony, and the PSP Go allows you to play these games wherever you go. In addition, it also allows you to store photos, music and videos as well. The only complaint that people have about this superior gaming device is that its small size makes it hard for big clumsy hands to master the controls, which can still be accomplished with a little bit of practice.


PlayStation Vita

Touted as “the must own gaming console of 2014”, Sony’s PlayStation Vita got off to a rocky start when it was introduced to the market last year. Too expensive and too high-end for the average consumer’s taste, it has recently gotten a makeover when Sony launched PlayStation Now, which is their new game streaming feature. This new service enables PlayStation Vita owners to play PlayStation 4 games without having to buy the significantly more expensive device. Plus, it now comes with a longer battery life, a more lightweight frame, a 5-inch LCD display, and built-in memory.

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