Shenzhen, China (PressExposure) August 24, 2009 -- The Dingoo A320 is a multimedia handheld thatâs true functionality skews more toward illicit gaming, and, with a few notable exceptions, it does so very well. The Dingooâs most obvious physical feature is its uncanny resemblance to Nintendoâs Gameboy Micro. In truth, the system is slightly larger than the Micro and has extra face buttons, but itâs easy to confuse the two at a glance.
Through its variety of built-in emulators, the Dingoo plays over 8000 classic games originally played on Nintendo and Sega consoles such NES, SNES, MegaDrive, as well as arcade platforms. Itâs a dream console for fans of classic gaming formats.
So well, in fact, that it summarily managed to make me feel like a chump for all the time and money Iâve invested trying to make my other handhelds perform similar functions. With a solid build, a ton of out-of-the-box functionality (only some of it questionable), an eight hour average battery life, 4 GBs of built-in flash memory and a Mini-SD expansion slot, the a320 is value-priced at $83.99 (price on Gameyeeeah.com).
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