I think my German was sufficient to get that... So a mini Amiga 500 from the people who brought you the THEC64 mini and maxi, with 25 games included. None of them my favorites, but you can load your own. I assume the keyboard won't be functional the same as on the THEC64 mini, but you can attach a USB keyboard. And a recreation of a tank mouse.
Now this seems like a useful addition to my Amiga family to play those old games without having to use the boot menu to turn off each and every A1200 feature and then still have issues half of the time with some games...
On the other hand, I'm somewhat disappointed with the THEC64 mini and maxi. The 50 Hz handling is way too convervative, and saving your own data to a USB stick is much more of a hassle than it needs to be (but I guess they never envisioned anyone writing BASIC programs on these things).
But the real biggie is that I recently got a new joystick and the THEC64s just won't recognize it, even though it uses an adapter that is completely USB HID compatible.