From the makers of retro gaming handheld heavyweights such as the RG350, RG350M, and the RG351P, comes Anbernic’s latest entry into the field – the RG280V.
Sporting the well-known, proven-to-perform JZ4770 processor, alongside 512MB of RAM, the RG280V can handle the same games as its predecessors with no difficulty, ensuring a smooth experience across several generations of retro gaming history.
The main feature of the RG280V is its size. At 89mm x 78mm x 18mm, the RG280V is approximately half the size of its predecessor, making it the smallest RG handheld to date. Truly putting the “portable” in “portable games console”.
The RG280V boasts a crystal-clear 2.8-inch IPS screen, protected by a glass layer. At a 4:3 ratio, the RG280V lends itself well to many older titles, capable of playing them at a natural-looking resolution with no stretching!
Like its predecessors, the Anbernic RG280V runs the OpenDingux operating system, meaning there’s no shortage of community-developed emulators available for the device. Mix and match between emulators and games of your choice to craft a truly customized retro gaming handheld experience.
The RG280V also features the external-boot-SD improvements brought about by the RG350M, making it easier to adjust your setup (no more tinkering around with screws).