GPD DX Review: Is it a good Android gaming device for Emulators & Apps

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GPD DX Review: Is it a good Android gaming device for Emulators & Apps

Post by jazneo » Fri Jul 29, 2016 7:24 am

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This for people who like play atari-psp and want physical button in game and it use same idea for 3ds
Hardware Specification

CPU: Rockchip RK3288 Quad-Core (ARM Cortex A-17)
GPU: ARM Mali-T764 (600MHz)
GPU memory: Shared with RAM
WIFI: Supports 802.11b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz)
Bluetooth: Not supported
OS: Android 4.4.4
Storage: Built-in 16GB/32GB. Supports microSD up to 128GB
Screen: H-IPS 5.0” capacitive touch screen.
Resolution: 1280x720
Controller: Two control sticks, D-pad, Buttons (volume/power/start/select/back/home/menu/controller/A/B/X/Y/L3/R3), Triggers (L1/L2/R1/R2)
Battery: 6000mAh (3.8V, 22.8Wh)
Dimensions: 155x89x24mm
Weight: 300g
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Gaming on Phone vs JXD

Post by omegamatt88 » Sun Jun 04, 2017 9:24 pm

So, I normally play emulator games on my phone (Galaxy S7) but lately new updates have caused all gamepads to not map/sync to my phone and I cannot re-map buttons so games with joysticks are near impossible. I have Snes, GB, GBC, GBA, PS1, DC, NDS, and PS2 emulators on my phone. I was thinking of buying the JXD S192RK but I don't know a lot about it and am unsure if it is worth $300+.

Do any members here have any advice on a device to use? I read articles on GPD and other android gaming handhelds, but I just don't know enough, so I thought id ask the members here b/c I believe you all are experts and will not give me bad information.

thanks everyone for your time and help.
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