|Console Type||Handheld and Home|
| Console is the controller!
Full 1080p HD resolution at 60 fps for all games
The sleek Gamepad is able to fit the needs of games with traditional controls, including dual analog sticks, a D-Pad, four main buttons, and L and R triggers, while also providing the innovative touch screen in the center without hindering how comfortable the gamepad itself feels. It comes with a stylus that can be stored in the controller for precision interaction.
Up to 4 other Gamepads can be synced to a host Gamepad for multiplayer experiences.
You can connect to a television and enjoy HD visuals on a big screen, as well as extra features utilizing the Gamepad screen as a secondary display, with the TV Connect feature. TV Connect can use a HDMI wired connection or work wirelessly with select TVs.
|Processor||nVidia Tegra 4 @1.9 GHz|
|Memory||4GB RAM, 100GB flash storage, free 20GB cloud storage with Home account|
|Ext. Ports||2 USB, 3.5mm Headphone, 3.5mm Microphone, HDMI out, DC power jack|
|Display||1920x1080 Widescreen 1080p|
|Supported Media||Neo Home Shop products, JPEG and PNG photos (from external drive), AVI, MOV, MP4, and WMV videos (from external drive)|
Neo Home is the operating system of the Neo console. It's three core services are Play (user's media library), Shop (where the user can buy media), and Talk (social network for Neo consoles). All Neo users must have a Neo Home account to use these features.
With Boxart (Current; vN2)
With Boxart (Old; vN)
With Boxart (Old; v2)
- Originally, the Neo was supposed to be the Bluevolt Neo, another update to the Bluevolt console line. However, it was instead decided that the Neo become an entirely new system to match the Nextablet being the second of the NextGen Solo handheld line.
- Although New Super Mario Bros. N was named after the Neo and was also a launch title, it was also released for the Wii U and Pro Gamer when they came out.
- Following N Studios acquiring NextGen Solo, the boxart was updated and Shift Online functionality was disabled, as N Studios did not wish to acquire NextGen Solo's online service.
- In June 2013, the Neo was changed to be a handheld and portable console, eliminating the Portable Neo service and the console cube, placing all of the console components into the controller.