The POWKIDDY Magicx XU10 is another console in vertical format, with the Rockchip RK3326 processor, Linux as OS and that brings little to the current scene
This is a retro handheld console with a configuration quite similar to that found in the Powkiddy RGB20S, as we find the same processor and a 3.5″ screen with the same resolution, so the novelties are conspicuous by their absence.
As a system, we assume that we have the OpendinGux linux distribution loaded with multiple emulators. Of its controls highlight, its 4 rear triggers and its two front sticks located in the lowest part of the console, a position where they do not seem to be particularly comfortable.
POWKIDDY Magicx XU10 Specifications
The POWKIDDY Magicx XU10 retro console is powered by the Rockchip RK3326 SoC, a Quad Core manufactured with 4 ARM Cortex-A35 processors capable of reaching a maximum speed of 1.5 GHz. On the graphics side, we have a Mali-G31 MP2 GPU that performs quite well within its limitations.
This console has integrated 1 GB of RAM DDR4 2666Mhz and comes with a micro SD with 16 GB used to save the system and save some games and supports cards up to 512 GB.
Display and other notable features
The POWKIDDY Magicx XU10 has an IPS display with a size of 3.5 inches with a resolution of 640×480 pixels and covered by an OCA sheet. The internal battery has a capacity of 3000 mAh capable of giving us an autonomy that according to the brand is between 6-8 hours, and we can recharge it via a USB Type-C port.
The rest of the connectors are a 3.5 mm audio jack, USB Type-C OTG connector and a micro SD card reader. For the sound we have a single speaker and for controls we have two analogue joysticks, crosshead, seven buttons, four rear triggers.
Price and availability
- The retro console POWKIDDY Magicx XU10 will soon be available for purchase at the official POWKIDDY store on AliExpress for a price of around $75.