The Anbernic RG353P retro gaming console has the RK3566 quad-core 64-bit Cortext-A55 CPU running up to 1.8Ghz with Mali-G52 GPU for high performance Android gaming. There is 2GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 32GB eMMC storage with two micro SD card slots used for the Linux OS and game storage.
The RG353P measures around 6.8×3.1×0.7″and weighs 209g making it ideal for carrying it in your jacket pocket or small bag. Inspired by the classic retro gaming console controller design, it is available in two themes; USA purple and Japanese & European RGBY colours.
The 3.5” IPS touchscreen runs at 640×480 resolution in 4:3 aspect ratio, it is perfect for retro consoles with crystal clear visuals. The RG353P has dual analogue sticks, a D-Pad and all your standard gaming controls that you need for a retro gaming console, including trigger and shoulder buttons.
The RG353P has fast 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 2.4/5G WiFi and Bluetooth 4. You can play supported retro gaming consoles online with friends. There is also HDMI output for you to connect to your large screen TV to enjoy big screen gaming!
The Linus OS is great for beginners to retro gaming consoles, it is very easy to navigate and use. The Android 11 operating system allows for more configuration with the ability to add even more supported gaming consoles and computers than Linux. Dozens of systems ranging from the 70’s up to more recent systems including the PlayStation are supported on the RG353P!
Powering the RG353P is a 3500mAh Li-polymer battery. We got very good battery life, running at over 4 hours while benchmarking. More demanding gaming on the retro gaming console may reduce the battery life lower.