From the company that bought you best-sellers such as the RG350, RG350M, and the RG351P, comes a new retro gaming handheld in a more vertical flavour – the Anbernic RG351V.
The RG351V is powered by the Rockchip RK3326, clocked in at 1.5GHz. It also features a respectable 1GB of DDR3L RAM. Between the RAM and the CPU, the RG351V is easily capable of handling a variety of platforms. From retro PC games to 5th generation home consoles, or even 7th generation handhelds.
The Anbernic RG351V retro handheld sizes up at approximately 14 x 9.4 x 2.68, making it a highly portable handheld console that can easily fit in your bag or suitcase, making it a perfect travel companion for long commutes, train rides, plane flights, or otherwise. In addition, the RG351V features a 640x480p screen allowing for crisp visuals in all your retro games.
Unlike its contemporaries, the Anbernic RG351V utilizes a unique twin-card storage design. With one SD card dedicated exclusively for the operating system and emulators, and the other card dedicated exclusively to games, it has never been easier to quickly and easily manage your collection across multiple SD cards, and add/remove titles on the fly without even needing to turn the system off.
The RG351V also packs a 3900mAh battery which enables it to run for up to a maximum of 6 hours off a single charge (lifetime will vary depending on CPU load and screen brightness).
Finally, the RG351V also features built-in Wi-Fi, granting access to added facilities such as database scraping for game art – to keep your collection of titles organized at their best.