Tiger Game.com (1997)
In 1997, Tiger Electronics was a well-established force in handheld LCD game devices, so it made sense for the company to compete with the Nintendo Game Boy juggernaut. The challenger it sent into the fray was the Game.com, the first handheld game console to feature a touchscreen and Internet connectivity. The device's extremely primitive Internet features fell flat, though, and almost all of the Game.com's games were terrible. It received a bargain-bin redesign under the name "Pocket Pro" a year later, and soon sold for no more than $30 before quietly dropping off the map.