NEW ANBERNIC RG35XX
RG35XX TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
|Color||Gray/ Transparent white/ Transparent purple|
|Screen||3.5-inch IPS full viewing angle, OCA full lamination/ 640*480|
|CPU||quad-core ARM Cortex-A9|
|GPU||Quad-core PowerVR SGX544MP GPU|
|Memory storage||64GB TF/MicroSD|
PCE,NGPC,SMS,WSC and other formats of the game.
Support users to download games in relevant formats
|Language||Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Spanish|
|TF card||Dual card slots, support TF card expansion, maximum 512GB;
64GB SD card (compatible 5000+ games);
64GB+128GB SD card (compatible total 8000+ games)
|Battery||Li-polymer battery 2600 mAh, lasting 5 hours|
|Other function||Support 2.4G wireless gamepad and wired gamepad connection, HDMI output TV, vibrating motor|
|Accessories||USB charging cable, giftbox , user manual, screen protector|
|Console specification||length 11.7cm||width 8.1cm||height 2.0cm||weight 0.165 kg|
This product is rated 4.8 of 5.0 stars.
It has received 381 reviews.
I bought the rg280v for my nephew and this rg353xx for myself. Enjoying this as it's pretty pocketable and can reminisce my childhood games.
Wish I woulda known about the 353 model, however, this ones a good covo starter and everyone I've let play with it has been impressed by it.
I haven't been able to spend extensive time with this device yet, but what I've seen so far is impressive. Great quality screen, buttons feel good (I'm even fine with the D-pad so far), the size is nice, and the emulation is fast and pretty accurate from what I've seen (no noticeable lag so far). A ton of games came pre-installed. I have yet to try the HDMI output or Bluetooth joystick connectivity. The stock OS is pretty decent too, and you can swap that out if you'd like. Just make sure not to leave it in sleep mode for too long as I found the battery was dead the next day after not doing a full shut down.
Thinking of getting another for my wife