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"a WiMax-compatible games console which it claimed is the world's first online games console. Perhaps it forgot about both the Sony PSP and the Nintendo DS..."
Also preceded by the Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, Gamecube and PS2 (technically) and Dreamcast (IIRC).
Perhaps the phrase "online-only" and "handheld" was lost in translation?
Typo or name of the inventor?
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I believe the NES even had some online functionality, at least in Japan. It wouldn't have been much like the services available today, but the famicom could be connected to a phone line to play multiplayer games.
There was some form of online service for the 64DD too, but as no one bought that, I'm not sure there are many details.
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