|Color||Black transparent/ Grey||Black transparent/ Grey/ White/ Purple transparent|
|System||LINUX（Linux 64 bit system is compatible with 32-bit applications）||Android 11, LINUX（Linux 64 bit system is compatible with 32-bit applications）|
|Screen||3.5-inch IPS full viewing angle, zero distance OCA full fit/ 640*480|
|CPU||RK3566 Quad-Core 64 bit Cortex-A55, Main frequency up to 1.8GHz|
|RAM||LPDDR4 1GB||LPDDR4 2GB|
|Memory||16GB TF||32GB high-speed eMMC 5.1 + 16GB TF|
|2.4/5G WIFI 802.11a/b/g/n/ac,Bluetooth 4.2|
|Games||/||Support: Android games (Honor of Kings, etc.)|
Support 20+ kinds of simulator.
LINUX system supports wired handle function
Supports multimedia network play
LINUX system supports wired handle function, Android built-in front-end
Supports multimedia network play
|Speaker||Single horn loudspeaker|
|Battery||Li-polymer 3200 mAh, lasting 6 hours|
|TF card||Support tf card max to 512GB
RG353VS:16G (no game) ; 16G+64G (compatible 4393 games) ;
16G+256G (compatible 4293 games);
RG353V:16G (no game) ; 16G+64G (compatible 4403 games) ;
16G+256G (compatible 4303 games)
Support built-in WIFI online fighting, streaming, HDMI, vibrating motor, support 3.5mm stereo earphones,
energy saving setting, display brightness and other functional properties settings
|Accessories||USB charging cable, giftbox , user manual, screen protector|
|Appearance||Exquisite appearance, comfortable feel, let you fondle admiringly|
RG353V VS RG353VS
This product is rated 4.8 of 5.0 stars.
It has received 251 reviews.
Love this little machine. So many old games I played when I was little!
Arrived fairly quick, works and plays as expected! Most games run perfect, some slowdowns on more graphic intensive games PS2/N64/GameCube but perfect for most earlier consoles and arcade classics.
Bluetooth controller setup and HDMI setup on the stock OS are somewhat difficult to get working without spending at least 5 minutes on setup Everytime but once it works it's solid. Booting into Android seems to have a lot less issues with HDMI, plug and play like any other HDMI device and Bluetooth controller setup is easy. Bonus that multiple controllers can be connected in both OS's.
Overall definitely worth the money and the included games are a bonus. Playing multiplayer on big screen w my friends and family will be the main selling point for me :)
So far I'm enjoying it, however most the video's I've seen advertising this system show Mario, and Pokémon games being played as if they are pre-installed when they are not. Still need to figure out how to download them onto the SD card, but otherwise I think it's a great investment
The device itself is awesome. It plays everything I could want, from NES all the way up into PSP and ps1. I haven't tried Gamecube or PS2 on there, but I somewhat doubt they will perform impressively, as PSP has trouble from time to time. The main problem I have with this device is I have to treat it so gently. Whenever I put it in my pocket, I have to worry about bumping into stuff or it being crushed in my pocket. I worry that the sticks and the rear triggers will be damaged. I've already had a couple times where the triggers got set in a weird way so that they needed to be clicked back into place. And I'm not sure, but it feels like there is something weird going on with my left thumbstick. I love this thing, but I want it to be tougher. I want it to feel tougher. And maybe waterproof or resistant? I know that's a pie in the sky dream, but it would be cool if I could just throw this thing in my pocket and not have to worry about it
Hey hey so the RG353VS is a Amazing handheld. Does everything as advertise, beautiful screen, clicky buttons. All in all very happy with purchase.
A few cons. The console is not ready to go out the box. You wanna play on the tv you'll have to buy a ott HDMI mini, you wanna play with a wireless controller well that's actually not supported. Your gonna need a receiver dongle and a USB to Type C.
Dissatisfied with the amount purchases need to get everything running properly