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This is by far the best screen on any handheld console games look amazing and the colours pop the.The speakers are good as well give you stereo sound the grips at the back is good when holding the handheld not slippery this is by far the best retro handheld good price nice design oled screen what is not to like 10/9 nice work anbernic team it’s my favourite handheld now
Terrible build. Clanky and poor performance OS. Flawed
Not worth the price
I got the unit a couple of days ago, overall I'm quite happy with it. First off the screen is great, easily the selling point of the unit. Also it's pretty comfortable to hold - I wouldn't mind if it was thicker and had proper L2 and R2 buttons, but considering the limited power of this system, it's not like most games will use that feature. Also the unit in person looks really nice, and feels good, doesn't look or feel cheap.
On the down side is the power. They list the N64, but good luck getting anything to play at a decent framerate. Also Dreamcast games don't run at full speed, although it's better than the N64. NDS also runs slow. PSP isn't gonna play well either. Other less powerful systems run great however, so just keep your expectations in check and you'll be good. Also there is always the possibility that new firmware, or 3rd party firmware, might get some performance increases, but I wouldn't count on it.
But I just wanted it for GBA and below systems, plus the PSX, I knew going in the limitations of the system - and I was fine with that. Before this I was using a much more powerful phone, but it's just not comfortable to hold with a controller wrapped around it, and also I have a RG350m, which I've never found comfortable to hold.
- Great choice of SoC, even though it's a bit early for it, so not all will work properly yet, but when the software is ready this will provide all the performance I will need for many, many years. Not every handhdeld out there can play absolutely every PS1 games at full speed, and other games like Yoshi's Island which are demanding. This handheld will be able to do it all.
- Ergonomics are great. I like to hold this device in my hands. I say this because many other handhelds out there are not made this way. The texture has a nice smooth feel to it that allows my fingers to grip the console properly, and even better are the bulges on the back. The semi rounded sides of the console are perfect! It is a vast improvement over the rg351v, which was too soft and strange to hold.
- Surprisingly, I can actually use the L2 and R2 comfortably thanks to the size of the system! I don't think I even need stacked shoulder buttons, although it wouldn't hurt to have them.
- When it comes to the analog sticks, allow me to say THANK YOU! There are still so many handhelds coming out with reverse left stick and d-pad placement. This is the correct way to do it. Don't change, please!
Things I would like improved in future handhelds:
- The screen. Ok, so this is a nice OLED screen with high enough quality with its high resolution that allows up to PSP games to scale properly, most accurate colors than other handhelds and the pure black that comes with OLED. But there are still some problems with it, particularly in the dark red colors which become dark gray instead. Because of this, I would rather not have this same screen on the next handheld I buy. But at the same time, I hope it's OLED, if there was an rg503 version 2, I'd find another OLED screen that improves this. (Not sure if there are others with this same res, at that point it would probably have to be a 720p screen from a phone)
- The buttons. They're definitely better here, but still not ideal for a handheld. Instead of rubber pads, I'd prefer dome switches, like the PS Vita, 3DS and Switch joycons, these allow more precise controls, especially on the d-pad, as it gives you a tactile response when you input diagonals, and overall separates diagonals better from the main 4 directions. On the rg503, and every other Anbernic handheld, this problem with accidental diagonal presses continues to hurt the experience significantly. (It could even make Mario stop in SMB1 if you move right but accidentally press diagonal right+down).
All buttons should be dome switches, including start+select and shoulder buttons.
- Reset / Function buttons. These should not be next to each other, this is actually really dangerous, you could accidentally lose all your progress in a game when you just meant to press the function button to open a menu or something. This was fine on the rg351v, with the reset button being next to the power button, and nothing else.
- Maybe start and select buttons should be lowered, because when I use the d-pad, I can still touch the select button with the tip of my thumb. The placement is good enough, but it is raised a bit too high.
I like your devices. I own 6 different types of handhelds you sell. I cant wait until you make one with a 7 inch screen.