The Super console X Pro retro console is an improved version of the Super console X, one of the easiest ways to run emulation of consoles and arcades of 8/16 bits that also includes a pair of controllers.
The new Super console X Pro includes a dual boot system with EmuELEC 4.3 and Android 7.1 so that in addition to using it as a retro console we can use it as an Android Box with KODI and other apps that are installed in the internal memory.
One of the attractive points of the Super console X Pro is the inclusion of no less than 33289 games in its basic version that includes a 64 GB micro SD card, although of course many will be repeated. EmuElec is the one that will run the thousands of games included and the dozens of emulators for them.
This is a simple platform to use emulators, although as an option you can always buy an Android Box with the more powerful Amlogic S905X3 SoC, such as the X96 MAX+ and install Emuelec or BATOCERA to achieve the same results.
Super Console X Pro specifications
Inside the Super Console X Pro we find an Amlogic S905X SoC, a Quad Core with ARM Cortex-A53 processors reaching 1.5 GHz and integrated ARM Mali-450 MP4 GPU reaching 750 Mhz. The RAM memory is 1 GB and includes 8 GB of eMMC memory where Android 7.1 is installed. The micro SD card is where the thousands of games and the Emuelec 4.3 emulation system are stored.
For connectivity we have wifi b/g/n, 2 USB 2.0 ports, 3.5 mm analog audio and video output, HDMI 2.0 port, 10/100 network connector and a micro SD card reader that supports cards up to 256 GB.
Also included as a gift is a USB 2.0 HUB and a remote control to be able to use Android from the sofa. With this retro console we have the option of acquiring 2 or 4 controllers, as it allows multiplayer mode, another of its attractions.
Price and availability
- The Super Console X Pro can be purchased on AliExpress only for $77 in its version with 2 controllers with cables and 64 GB micro SD card.
- The Super Console X Pro is also available on Amazon, although at a higher price where we have similar systems such as the Pandora Box.