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Took off a star as it did not come with pictured screen protection. Otherwise these litte handhelds are awesome. Ambernic/powkiddy and others are now building the handhelds I dreamed of as a kid.
Nice little device! UI is outdated and the device is small. My girlfriend loves it
Came loaded with tons of games
All of the Pokémon
The product is amazing. I have no idea what the negative reviews are about. It works perfectly, comes with EVERYTHING, and I mean EVERY SINGLE THING...The battery life is great so far, but I am not currently running it at its highest settings.The trigger placement is perfect for me, not awkward in the least.I would highly recommend this product. It’s great quality build, not cheap thrown together stuff.Get it. You won’t regret it if you know how to browse files.
First of all, this isn't really plug and play at all. To make the RG280V useful you really need to install the "Adam Image" software. There are instructions on Retro Game Corps. This involves downloading an image, burning it to the included Micro-SD card, running a batch file, copying over games, and then using a tool called skraper to find box art. All of this takes less than an hour, but if you are non-technical, or if you are planning on giving this as a gift to somebody, keep in mind that out of the box it's not all that useful. The secondary micro-SD card with games installed was in the box, not inserted into the device itself - don't miss it!If you go through that effort, you are left with a pretty amazing little device. Because of the size it's sort of silly to plan on long gaming stints or AAA style games - I would recommend focusing on the Gameboy, Atari Lynx, Gameboy Color, etc. And for that it works absolutely brilliantly. It's small enough and well built enough that you can carry it in a pocket or throw it in your backpack without any concerns over breaking it.Aside from the somewhat complicated Adam Image installation, the only other gripe I have is that while this has a USB-C port, it doesn't actually charge via a regular USB-C cable - you have to use a USB-A to USB-C cable to charge it (included). This isn't unique to this console - all of the ANDBERNIC consoles that I have experienced are the same way.Overall, 5 stars if you know what you are getting in to!