1979 - Intellivision (original, with wood grain) Mom owned this, it predated me by three years.
1984 - Oddysey 2. I believe my grandma won this in a contest. I only ever had one cartridge and it really wasn't that good.
1986 - INTV System III (it's essentially the same console, but with no wood grain and not made by Mattel)
1988 - NES. Of note, I did not ask for it, nor had I ever heard of it. But that was totally not a problem!
1993 - Genesis. I was initially upset because I wanted SNES for SMAS. I got over it!
1995 - Game Boy. Better late than never. My sister had one, too.
1995 - SNES, finally.
1997 - PlayStation, specifically because I wanted FF7.
2001 - Dreamcast, just weeks before it was discontinued. ;_;
2001 - N64. I won Ocarina of Time in a contest and needed a console.
2001 - PS2, specifically because I wanted Silent Hill 2.
2002 - GBA. I started working in Electronics at Wal-Mart the day it launched. I still have the lanyard somewhere.
2003 - GBA SP. As soon as there was a back light, old GBA went away.
2002 - GameCube.
2006 - DS Lite.
2007 - Xbox.
2008 - PSP, specifically so I could emulate games on it.
2012 - PS3.
2019 - WiiU, specifically for Breath of the Wild
2020 - Switch, gifted to me by my friend for messing up my WiiU.
Besides the NES, GBA, DS Lite and Odyssey 2, I still possess all of these.SMWC members who have helped make Ganymede the hack I want it to be