The Retro Game 300 is a couple years old now, but it’s still the best $50 retro handheld device on the market. Let’s look at why I like this device so much.Continue reading “Review: RG300”
To celebrate reaching 25,000 subscribers, I want to take a step back from reviews and tutorials and show off my current collection of retro handhelds. So let’s look at all of my devices and the story behind each of them.
Thank you so much for your continued support, and I’m excited where we go next.Continue reading “My Retro Handheld Collection (+ Giveaway!)”
Last updated: 29MAR2021 (see Changelog for details)
This two-part starter guide will get you up and running with your new Anbernic RG351V. Part one covers how to flash new cards, add games, scrape media, and add/tweak new themes. Part two will come out tomorrow (and be added to this guide); it will complete the rest of the setup process.Continue reading “RG351V Starter Guide”
The RG351V has finally arrived. Here are my initial impressions after spending a day with the device.Continue reading “RG351V: Unboxing and Impressions”
Last updated: 16MAR2021 (see Changelog for details)
Back in November, I wrote my first Starter Guide for the RG351P. Since then, there have been a few changes to the device: a new model, and custom firmware that simplifies the setup process.
So in this guide I will show you what to do during your first 20 minutes with a new RG351P or RG351M. This entry-level walkthrough will show you how to boot up games, back up your files, flash the 351ELEC firmware, and more!Continue reading “RG351P & RG351M Starter Guide (2021 edition)”
The Anbernic RG351 devices are the best retro handheld devices you can buy at around the $100 price range (for now). So which one should you buy — the older, cheaper RG351P, or the new premium RG351M?
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The RG351M arrived on my doorstop today. Let’s see how it compares to my beloved RG351P.Continue reading “RG351M — Worth the Upgrade?”
Hey everyone, I had an opportunity to unbox and spend a few minutes with the new Anbernic RG280V, which is a 2.8″ mini handheld with the same internal architecture as the RG350 devices. That means that for the most part, it will use the same emulators and have the same performance as those devices. See below for my video about the device, and expect more videos and guides soon.
Buy the device here: https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_9R8IeDContinue reading “RG280V: Unboxing and First Impressions”
Last updated: 12JAN2021
I’m excited to show off a new fork of EmuELEC, called 351ELEC, which is designed specifically for the RG351P. This firmware incorporates the most recent release of EmuELEC and also has a FAT32 “Games” partition which allows you to drag and drop ROM files directly onto your SD card. Like with ArkOS, 351ELEC is a more feature-rich and user-friendly operating system than the stock firmware.Continue reading “Introducing 351ELEC – a new firmware for the RG351P!”
After six weeks of testing and playing, I’m ready to review the RG351P. So check out the video below to hear all of my thoughts on this impressive device.Continue reading “RG351P In-Depth Review”