Got mme a A320 Dingoo and PDc 100in1

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    DjoeN Captain Haddock!

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    Conny "Pocket Dream Console 100in1" Photo Shoot
    A320 Dingoo Digital Photo Shoot

    After some long wait (damned customs) i got my Black Dingoo [​IMG]
    I also boughht cheap in a sale-out a brand new Pocket Dream Console 100in1(PDC in short)
    Anyway, enjoy and it's a nice addition to my collection [​IMG]

    Above links show some nice pictures i took, Also shows them with output to my 46" plasma tv
    (That's so stupid on my GP2X Wiz, it has no TV out :/ )
     
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    That Pocket Dream Console looks alot better than I expected it to. It looks more Megadrive then NES. Are any of the game any good?
     
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    Those are suposed to be 16bit games [​IMG], there are some nice games on it
    However, most games seems the don't save :/

    I do preffer the puzzle/table/relax themed games, Most are clones of welknown games (like a chuzzle and sokoban clone etc...)

    It's not worth to pay the full price (around €75) but if you can get a 100in1 for €25 (like me) or less, go for it)
    There's also a widescreen 100in1 in different colors available for €99

    You also have 25/60 etc... in 1 from the pdc, but the 100in1 has all the games from those to, some with renewed gfx or bugfixed.
     
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    Nice one, I'll keep my eye out for a cheap 100in1 version. The TV output looks pretty good from your pics as well, quite sharp and stuff.
     
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    Yes, the tv-out was way better then i expected.
    I can even say suprizingly better on a 114cm plasma then i expected, i expected it to be good on my 51cm tube tv and worse to horrible on the plasma, but i was wrong.

    My kids love to play on it and mostly do play it on there 51cm cheap combi dvd/lcd tv and it's descent to nice. The haven't touched there DS alot since this is in the house (ok this is only till the "NEW" is not so new anymore [​IMG] )
     
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    Ignoring the PSP-style interface, how would you rate the various emulators available for the A320? I know it's apparently possible to replace the standard ones, as Zophar's Domain has a section for them now, but I've never really seen or heard about one of these in action.

    I'm especially interested in how well Golden Sun worked out for you...
     
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    I second the Golden Sun running... My EZ-Flash + AceKard wasn't working so well when trying to save it...

    So I would like to use a Dingoo for GBA, SNES and NES games ^^. I heard they have awesome emulators for it...
     
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    Golden sun runs descent, like most other games and emu's, sometimes there are times when it feels slow, but golden sun overall is very playable on it [​IMG]
    Snes has a bit of compatibility problem with some games
    Capcom CPS1 and 2 runs smooth
    MVS not tested yet :/
    NES runs smooth to

    It sure is a nice little handheld for little money
     
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    I guess that games like Golden Sun and other RPG's would work best as it is not necesary for timing or anything, like Mario and Luigi Superstar Sage.
     
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    NES and CPS1 run full speed.
    NEO GEO runs full speed for the msot part, may slow down if things get busy. Still very playable.
    CPS2 runs near full speed, depending on the game.
    SNES and MegaDrive are OK - some games run slow.
    GBA runs full speed, or near full speed.

    There is no superFX emulation, so some SNES games will not work.
    All the emus have frameskip options, including 'auto', which does a reasonable job of keeping game speeds up.
     
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    All said above [​IMG] héhé

    snes/megadrive emulation could be a bit better, but i do hope dingoo comes with an update of the included emu's.

    Anyway atm to busy to play coleco game son it [​IMG], love the coleco emu, but it needs optimization to [​IMG]
     
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    Enjoying the dingoo? good device? would you recommend other people to get one?
     
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    I know it's probably going to be said a million times over but why didn't you just buy a psp slim, mod it and use it to play emus?
     
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    er,,,

    Cause i do have a PSP since day 1, fully modded
    And, well i just don't enjoy it as much as this Dingoo [​IMG]

    The biggest advantage of the Dingoo?
    Small pocket sized and easy to put in your ..., right -> pocket [​IMG]
    And alot cheaper then a PSP (€67 i payed for it with shipping included)
     
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    The only legit reason for buying it was that it has a small form factor. Am I right?

    I can pick up used PSP's for less than $100AU, and a little bit more for the 2000 models where you can play all emus on your TV via component cables. Not only does it play emus (probably with better compatibility also), it plays PSP games, music, videos and PS1 games. Not to mention the hundreds of apps people have made for it.

    Hmm maybe I just don't get it.

    Edit: P.S. Why would you go on about it being cheaper than a PSP when you already have one? Doesn't that completely defeat the purpose?
     
  16. emupaul

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    Dingoo is a open platform and comes with a optional sdk. That is an attractive selling point to some people.
     
  17. DeMoN

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    He doesn't like his PSP as much as you like yours. Get over it.
     
  18. pitoui

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    I was just trying to figure out why someone would buy it if they already had a modded PSP..

    Demon, no need to be a dick.

    Anyways, will the Dingoo have exclusive games released for it, or is it all homebrew?
     
  19. emupaul

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    More choices and options, It was a Want and not a Need. Simple. And if the psp goes to the shitter he has his dingoo!
     
  20. pitoui

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    Ohh, yeah tell me about it.

    I've got a wii, xbox 360, ps3, psp, 3 DS Lites.. Why? Cos I wanted them. Now I undertstand lol.