However, at this point those devices and prototypes are 20+ years old and there are but a handful in existence in the world. The other problem is that in general, these prototypes no longer work 100% of the time. Not necessarily unexpected, considering they were prototypes and not official retail units meant for the end consumer.
The fine folks at The Ben Heck Show on YouTube got to get their hands on one of the units for a month straight and spent that entire time fixing it and diagnosing why it wasn’t running correctly and consistently. You can see that work in the video at the top of the post.
Long story short, it now is fully functional at the hardware level. Now, no games were ever officially made for the drive, and for the most part it’s a piece of gaming history that is a collectors dream, but the fact it is now fully functioning just makes it an extremely valuable piece of gaming history.