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Anbernic RG505 handheld game system has a 5 inch OLED display and Unisoc T618 processor

The Anbernic RG5050 is a handheld game system featuring a 4.95 inch OLED display, a Unisoc T618 octa-core processor with Mali-G52 graphics, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage, and Android 12 software. It’s the latest in Anbernic’s growing family of handheld gaming devices, and it’s up for pre-order now for $148. The price will rise […]

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Retroid Pocket 3 handheld retro game system has a 4.7 inch display, Unisoc T310 chip, and $119 starting price

Retroid’s latest handheld game system has the same processor as the company’s last model, but the new Retroid Pocket 3 has a few key updates that should make for a better gaming experience. The new model has a bigger, higher-resolution display, clickable analog sticks, newer software, and an option to pay a little more for a model […]

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Analogue Pocket handheld game system begins shipping December 13

The Analogue Pocket is a $200 handheld game system designed for playing classic games… cartridges and all. First announced more than two years ago, the Pocket was originally supposed to begin shipping to customers earlier this year… but due to global supply chain issues the ship date was pushed back several times. Now the wait […]

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ODROID-GO Super is an $80 Ubuntu-powered handheld game system

Hardkernel’s third ODROID-Go device has a bigger screen, a bigger battery, improved wireless capabilities, and more buttons than the company’s first two handheld gaming systems. The ODROID-GO Super was announced in December with a list price of $80 and now it’s available for purchase. While it’s out of stock at the Hardkernel Shop at the […]

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Pimoroni introduces PicoSystem portable game system (and other gear) powered by Raspberry Pi’s RP2040 chips

The new PicoSystem handheld game system from Pimoroni is a tiny gaming device with a 240 x 240 pixel IPS LCD display, four buttons, a D-Pad, a Lipo battery, and USB-C port for power. It’s also powered by Raspberry Pi’s new RP2040 microcontroller and supports a software library for coders who want to create their own […]

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Evercade’s cartridge-based retro console scheduled for May 22nd release

The Evercade handheld game system is designed to let you play classic console games on the go (or around the house if you’re sheltering in place or social distancing). But unlike most retro console it’s not designed to play downloaded ROMs and it doesn’t come with any games built-in. Instead, you can buy a collection […]

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Tiger handheld game systems coming this fall for $15 each

Hasbro is bringing back the classic Tiger Electronics line of handheld game systems. Hearkening back to a time when you could buy a handheld gaming device that only ran a single game, the new systems are coming this fall in four flavors, all of which are up for pre-order from GameStop: Sonic the Hedgehog 3 Transformers […]