POWKIDDY RK2023 another small retro console with RK3566 processor

We already have the POWKIDDY RK2023 in stores, the new portable console from this well-known brand that is armed with an RK3566 SoC and a 3.5-inch screen.

Inside this Powkiddy we have the RK3566 processor that we have seen in several reviews and that we can currently find in many retro consoles. This SoC allows us to move, depending on the brand, the included emulators for PSP, N64, PS1 and Dreamcast, as well as many more for 8 and 16-bit consoles. We have two micro SD slots, one for booting your Linux system with a Batocera-like distro and another slot for game storage.

The measurements are quite compact with 151.5 * 78 * 17.5 mm although if you are interested in something with a slightly large screen and with the same SoC, you have the Anbernic RG503 with a 4.5″ OLED screen for a few more euros.

POWKIDDY RK2023 retro

POWKIDDY RK2023 Specifications

The POWKIDDY RK2023 is powered by a Rockchip RK3566 SoC manufactured in 22nm. This processor is a Quad Core with low power ARM Cortex-A55 cores and 64 bits that go up to 1.8 Ghz, with a Mali-G52 MP2 GPU and an NPU for iA with a power of 0.8 TOPS.

This console includes 1 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and for storage and booting the LINUX system we have two micro SD card readers.

Display and other features

The screen of the POWKIDDY RK2023 is an IPS OCA with a size of 3.5 inches and a resolution of 640×480 pixels. The internal battery is 3200 mAh capable of lasting up to 8 hours of video, 6 hours of gaming and is recharged by a dedicated USB Type-C port.

In terms of controls we have a configuration with two analogue sticks, crosshead, four buttons, four triggers, start, select, reset and function key. The connectors we find are a USB Type-C OTG, micro HDMI video output, 3.5 mm audio jack, a USB Type-C for power. This console also has vibration in compatible titles, two 1W speakers and an internal 3500 mAh battery that provides us with up to 8 hours of autonomy with a charging time of 2 hours.

Price and availability


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