Welcome to an all new episode of Within the Trenches, a podcast based on the experience of being a 9-1-1 dispatcher. In this episode I spoke with dispatchers from Indiana with the code names of Maverick and Phoenix. We recorded live from the Indiana Convention Center for the 2016 National NENA Conference & Expo. This episode is sponsored by NENA and INdigital – A leader in Next-Gen Core Services.
This episode is hilarious and I can’t even start to explain the stories we told but it was a good time and if you are looking for a good laugh make sure to listen and share. As always if you have any questions or would like to be a guest on the show please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episode topics –
- Top Gun
- Early morning accident
- The loss of a member
- Tyson voice
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Hello all and welcome to another edition of Tech Thursday! Christmas is approaching quickly and whether your shopping for yourself or a loved one, the product we highlight today will bring a smile to anyone’s face. I’m a big gamer and like you, I want to play the old school video games when ever I want. Now, I know that you can jailbreak your iPhone or simply download them to your Android powered phone but it’s not enough. I can add a lot of games and emulators to my iPhone 4 but what if I want to play some Neo Geo games? What if I want all of them at my disposal? Every time a new firmware comes out for my phone it turns out that the video game emulator is no longer compatible. So what’s the solution? It’s annoying and something has got to give! Well, after a few searches on the net I found a gadget that is sure to satisfy all gamer fans.
Pictured within this post is the a320 Pocket Retro Game Emulator. To be completely honest I’m not sure when it actually surfaced but I saw it for the first time today so it’s new to me. When I saw it and what it can do I immediately began to drool. This handheld can load NES, SNES, GBA, Sega Genesis, and Neo Geo roms! It looks pretty badass and with a 4GB Internal Memory you’ll be able to load many games. What’s even better is that you can add a mini SD card to add even more storage. This will come in handy when you begin adding ROM’s (games) that involve the Neo Geo. The specs are pretty good for this as well and for only $99 you can’t go wrong. I will include the rest of the specs that go along with this product as well as links to the main web site for ordering purposes and a web site where you can find free ROM’s. So if you’re looking for a gift for your gamer on the go, look no further than the a320 Pocket Retro Game Emulator.
- Mini Handheld gaming system plays roms from your favorite 8 and 16 bit game consoles
- No emulator software to load. Just copy over the roms and start playing.
- 4GB of internal storage, expandable via mini SD
- Beautiful 2.8 inch QVGA (320×240) LCD Screen
- Output to TV via included composite video cables
- Full media player functions including videos, music, FM radio, e-books and voice recorder
- Built-in Stereo Speakers
- Internal li-battery gives 6-8 hours of runtime on a single charge
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- Color: Black
– Internal 4GB
– External Mini SD card (SDHC)
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– L, R shoulder buttons on top
– Select, Start buttons below controls
– All buttons user definable for gameplay
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– NES (Nintendo Entertainment System – 8bit)
– SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System – 16bit)
– Sega Genesis (Sega Mega-Drive – 16-bit)
– GBA (Nintendo Game Boy Advance)
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– Image viewer (JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG)
– Ebook reader (with text to speech function)
- Bult-in li-battery gives 6-8 hours of runtime on a single charge
- Dimensions: 125mm x 56mm x 14mm (L x W x H)
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- AC Adapter (100-240V 50/60hz)
- USB Cable
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