The new MinisForum UM560 (Ryzen 5 5625U) is one of the most exciting mini PCs I’ve tested in a while; it’s a rare PC with many positive aspects, and zero deal breakers. If you’re in the market for a $500 gaming-focused or Batocera mini PC, let’s see why this is one worth considering.Continue reading “Review: MinisForum UM560 Mini PC”
The Analogue Pocket is the first FPGA handheld, promising cycle accurate gameplay for your beloved Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance cartridges with a brilliant display and modern features. But does this experience warrant its hefty price tag?
More info here (ships in 2023): https://www.analogue.co/pocketContinue reading “Review: Analogue Pocket”
The MinisForum UM350 mini PC is compact, full of nice features, and has excellent emulation performance for under $400. In this video we’ll test its features and performance to see if it’s a good fit for you.Continue reading “MinisForum UM350 Review (Ryzen 5 3550H Mini PC)”
The new Chuwi RZBOX mini PC has an industrial design and features the Ryzen 7 5800H, 512GB storage, 16GB RAM, and WiFi 6. So let’s take a look at its gaming and emulation performance, to see if it warrants the price tag.Continue reading “Chuwi RZBOX (Ryzen 7 5800H) Review”
At about $40, the new PowKiddy X39 certainly looks pretty decent. So let’s do a deep-dive review to see whether this device’s performance and user interface is worth the price of an evening at the movie theater.
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use code “BGRuss06” to bring the price down to $40.99
Coupon expires July 31st, 2022
This new third-party controller has a terrible name but checks nearly every box for me: it plays Switch, PC, and mobile no worries, works on Batocera and EmuELEC without a hitch, has hall-sensor analog inputs for both the thumbsticks and triggers (no drift!), and works both wired and wirelessly. So at $70 (with a $5 coupon on Amazon), could this replace the various controllers I use right now?Continue reading “Gulikit King Kong Pro 2 Review”
The GPD XP Plus has a hefty spec upgrade from their previous model, making it the most powerful Android-based handheld device today. So let’s take a deep-dive review of the XP+ and see whether it’s going to be worth the investment in today’s environment.Continue reading “GPD XP+ Review”
I got my hands on the new Atomic Purple colorway for the AYN Odin Pro, so let’s take a look at it and see what’s changed from the first-batch black model.Continue reading “Quick Impressions: Atomic Purple Odin”
Well, it’s certainly cute. The new PowKiddy RGB20S sports a lovely 3.5″ 480p (4:3) display, a nice compact design, and everybody’s favorite chipset, the RK3326. So does its unique features (and a few hidden surprises) make it worth $80? Let’s find out.Continue reading “PowKiddy RGB20S Review”
Let’s put together a travel-friendly portable monitor setup for both budget and premium experiences.
** Note that when making the video the Innocn OLED monitor price was $680, but it is currently being sold for $560.
Items used in the review:
Innocn 4K OLED monitor
Innocn also sells a 1080p, non-touch, non-battery OLED monitor for $350
- use code RussFS02 for 30% off
They will also be holding a 30% off Father’s Day sale (more info in their social media channels)
- use code “ACEFASTa19” for 10% off the charger through 30JUN2022 (black model only)