The Powkiddy X18 Is Another Clamshell Android Handheld

GPD haven’t had much competition when it comes to clamshell handhelds. Over the past few years they’ve done an excellent job of cornering the market with high quality devices spanning most niches from Android gaming and Windows gaming to general computing and even IT support with the upcoming GPD Micro.

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New Open Source ‘LDK’ Handheld Appears From Xiaolong Wang (Now Available For $59.99)

The Tieba Baidu forums have come alive with talk of a new machine from a new China manufacturer this week.

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A Couple Of New DIY Style Raspberry Pi Handhelds From China

Pix Portable aka Gameberry Retropie The Pix Portable aka Gameberry Retropie (take your pick) is available on Aliexpress and comes in four price tiers depending on what exactly you want. For most people the choice will be the kit, which requires a little home soldering and some assembly. It comprises of a perspex shell and … Read more

The Odroid-Go Is HardKernel’s 10th Anniversary Handheld Game Kit

HardKernel is a South Korean hardware manufacturer founded in around 2008, although best known for their RPi style Single Board Computers one of their first devices was an Android handheld bearing a passing resemblance to the Bandai Wonderswan. Since then, to the best of my knowledge we haven’t seen another handheld from them until now. … Read more

MaxZhou88’s Digi RetroBoy Prototype

In a previous post I mentioned that the Digi RetroBoy could be a Revo K101 equivalent if it was ever released. Instead of relying on emulation it utilises a hardware solution to play GBA games from a customised GBA cartridge with a MicroSD card inside it. It looks as though the unit is released now, although … Read more

Updated Retroflag NesPi Case+ Released With Safe Shutdown And Reset

If you’re looking to turn your Raspberry Pi in to a retro gaming machine you couldn’t go far wrong with a NesPi case for it. Like most cases though, the original NesPi doesn’t offer a proper means to shutdown or reset the device. Whilst pulling the plug does the job, if your machine was writing … Read more