We already have a new retro console available in stores, the Anbernic RG351V, a clone of the Odroid Go Advance with the same Rockchip SoC but this time in vertical format.
Its screen stands out with a good resolution of 640×480, with an aspect ratio of 4: 3 and the inclusion of two micro SD card readers. From its design, highlight the 4 triggers located at the back and the optional finishes that emulate wood. As the original OGA includes a Quad Core Rockchip RK3326 SoC capable of easily moving more than 20 simulators such as NDS, N64, DC, PSP, PS1, Openbor, CPS1 and CPS2, FBA, NEOGEO, NEOGEOPOCKET, GBA, GBC, GB , SFC, FC, MD, SMS, GG, MSX, PCE and WSC.
The new Anbernic RG351V has a Rockchip RK3326 SoC as its main engine, a Quad Core manufactured with 4 ARM Cortex-A35 processors capable of reaching 1.5 GHz of maximum speed and in the graphic aspect we have a Mali-G31 MP2 GPU. We also have integrated 1 GB of DDR3L RAM and two micro SD card readers with one from where the firmware is started, a 16 GB card included with the system and the other for the storage memory where we can store the games. It also includes Wi-Fi b / g / n, something not very common in this type of consoles.
The screen is an IPS with a size of 3.5 inches with a resolution of 640 × 480 pixels and covered by an OCA sheet. The internal battery is of a good capacity with 3900 mAh capable of lasting up to 6 hours and that we can recharge through the included USB Type-C port for charging. The rest of the connectors that we find are a 3.5 mm audio jack and another USB-OTG.
Price and availability
- The Anbernic RG351V retroconsole can be purchased on Aliexpress.com & Amazon for $ 108.99 with free shipping and a variety of finishes available.