Last updated: 23MAR2021 (see Changelog for details)
I wasn’t expecting much from the PowKiddy V90, but I underestimated it. This little clamshell device was everything I was hoping for in a budget handheld. I’m comfortable saying that this is one of the best sub-$40 handheld devices you can buy, and it makes a great gift to friends and loved ones.
One of my favorite aspects of this device is the fact that it just uses a Nokia phone battery, and it’s easy to access and swap. If you’d like to buy a replacement (or upgraded) battery for the device, the ShenMZ or Taeozi models are recommended.
Buy a PowKiddy V90 here, or shop around for deals on AliExpress.
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For a sub-$80 handheld, I don’t think that the PowKiddy RGB10 can be beat. So let’s take a deep dive into the device to go over all the things I love about this little guy, and some of the things I wish were a bit better.
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Last updated: 13DEC2020 (see Changelog for details)
If you’ve ever spent time on any emulation-related website, subreddit, YouTube comments, or discord server, you’ve heard the arguments: if you want a good handheld gaming device, you must buy a PS Vita. So I decided to pick up a PS Vita and give it the same critical eye that I like to give any of my handheld devices.
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