The DATA FROG SF2000 is an excellent retro console for its price and features included if we are going to use it sporadically.
This is a small multi-platform retro console that for around $13 can even be connected to a TV through its AV port and also be used with one or two wireless controllers to play double games. Naturally, its hardware is not state-of-the-art, but for the 15 euros it costs you can’t ask too much, and we can even find different mods for it thanks to a growing community of users.
This little emulator machine comes with the SGE2.0 operating system with 7 emulators loaded: FC / SFC / MD / GB / GBC / GBA / MAME for which it includes 6,000 games on a 16 GB micro SD card. The operating system has support for 17 languages.
DATA FROG SF2000 Retro Console Specifications
Inside the DATA FROG SF2000 we have a MIPS HCSEMI H1512 SoC and 128 MB of DDR2 RAM enough to run the included emulators. The screen is a 3-inch IPS display with HD resolution and a 178-degree viewing angle. As controls, we have a small joystick, crosshair, ABXY buttons, a pair of triggers and two function keys.
In the DATA FROG SF2000 we have an AV output to connect it to a TV or monitor PAL or NTSC, micro SD card reader and a speaker for audio. The battery is 1500 mAh and has an autonomy of between 5 and 6 hours depending on the brand that is recharged through a USB Type-C port.
It can also be purchased optionally with two small Gamepads, these are connected via a 2.4 GHz adapter to the USB-C that comes included with them.
Price on offer
- The small retro console DATA FROG SF2000 can be purchased on AliExpress from about $13 with free shipping on its version without gamepads using coins
- With two controllers and rear stand, it goes for only $19.