What I’m saying is that it’s prob be harder to make a product with limited memory as most memory these days are produced at the gig level. Not based on any first hand knowledge. I’m just saying when was the last time you saw a new product with less than a gig.
So if it can be hackable, there will be plenty of onboard memory.
I bought my son a fleet of mini arcade games made by a company called Basic Fun.
Each has an NES system on a chip that runs exactly one game which is stored on a 512Mb ROM that cannot be re-flashed without connecting the chip to a ROM burner.
I think it would be harder for this system, which also has a persistent clock and the ability to quit and launch other games, to be written entirely in 6502. The question is will they actually connect the data wires to the USB-C port? Maybe? I guess it depends if they need to be able to re/flash them for service/repair...