Portable emulator question

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  1. Gamer-of-bandicoots
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  2. Aqua1234

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    I have no idea, but reading it it said that int has a poor battery. So you'll be sitting beside a wall plug all day.


    Yes, I investigated in JXD products, they have great specs. Able to even emulate N64 games, however I read that they don't provide mapping to the controls of the buttons. That may be wrong, also they tend to break or something happen to then after owning them for a short time. This product is good, but you would need to know how to solder, in able to use this product for 2-3 years.

    This product is a bit bulky, but this product runs a firmware that was built by the community. It can emulate a lot of things at good speeds to, so I would say get this ONLY if you can't get the Shield.

    This product is exceptional, it is made by nvidia and runs tegra 4. Which is a beast. You would be able to emulate a lot of consoles onto the shield, and the buttons, analogs are really good, compared to the other. If you have steam and a compatible graphics card you would also be able to stream the game to your shield, which is a nice bonus. So, ultimately I would suggest getting the shield, and if not the GCW Zero.
     
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    I have a s7300 its not a bad machine but id wait for the s7800 it will play ds and psp games fullspeed or close to it and has a nice updated design.
    The GCW isnt a bad choice but if u want better arcade n64 psp and ds support and also the choice of android games and a larger higher res screen go the android route.
    Shield will probably be the best but the price is a killer for me.
    The letcool i have never even seen looks just like a dingoo rip off but if it was me id just go the s7300 / s7800 route.
     
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    The LetCool is using a very old and limited technology, and the screen 320x240. The emulators are not very accurate.
    I own an older JXD (5300 I think it is), and the build quality was rough, but the hardware was good. The newer ones seem to have improved a lot.
    The GCW is very low res (320x240). The technology almost seems like overkill for such a small screen.
    Project shield seems to be the best option, if you have the money to spend.

    If you want something low res, a Dingoo or a GCW are good choices. There is a lot of software for Dingoo systems.
     
  5. Gamer-of-bandicoots
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    thx for the info ill look into project shield