Following the popular RG350, RG350M, and RG350P – the RG351P is Anbernic’s newest retro gaming handheld, taking the stage with a myriad of improvements that combined are certain to provide an outstanding handheld retro gaming experience.
The first thing to note is that the RG351P includes the new Rockchip RK3326 Quad-core processor clocking in at a hefty 1.5GHz. This is also featured alongside the sizable 1GB of DDR3L RAM. With these suitably heavyweight specs in a portable package, the RG351P is capable of handling old arcade and PC titles, all the way up to 5th Generation consoles (PS1, N64, etc.) and even 7th Generation handhelds (PSP, etc.).
Sizing up at only 15.6×7.1×1.8cm, the RG351P is no less portable than its predecessors, and with a crystal clear 480 x 320 IPS display, enjoy crisp visuals with no compromise in visual quality or performance.
Carrying on from the RG350M and RG350P, the sleek low-profile analogue sticks, rubber grips on the rear, and symmetrical stick layout will immediately familiar. With the improved 3500mAh battery, game on-the-go for up to 7 hours (Note: actual lifetime will vary based on usage), and with the new low-power-indicator LED, stay on top of whenever you need to charge up.
|RAM||1GB – DDR3L|
|ROM(Storage)||64GB (Dedicated to the OS + Storage)|
|Product Dimensions||(L x W x H): 15.6 x 7.1 x 1.8 cm / 7.14 x 2.8 x 0.71 inches|
|Product Weight||160gr / 0.22lb|
|Package Dimensions||(L x W x H): 17.0 x 10.00 x 5.0 cm / 6.69 x 3.93 x 1.96 inches|
|Package Weight||450gr / 0.75lb|
1* USB Type-C Cable
1* User Manual
Please NoteIn line with the policy of continued development, the manufacturer reserves the right to amend the specifications without prior notification. The illustrations in the user manual are for reference only.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
My experience is with different firmware than what comes with the device, see retro game corps for how to videos. The device plays pretty much all games from the old days, it can emulate all the consoles up to the 16bit era, n64 is pretty good though some games have issues same with dreamcast and psp games, psone games run well and games from the pc can be played on this device well such as doom, duke3d and quake, even games like half-life and quake 3 can run on the device. Saturn games don't run well.
The device is small, about the size of a phone, its comftable playing games for extended periods.
The screen is clear and vivid, the sound is good. The battery lasts a fair few hours around 4-5 on my device with britness on high.
ANBERNIC RG351P Retro Games Console
After a few months of trying out different operating systems I finally have it how I want it. I can play all my old games on it and watch all my old movies too. It truly is a retro gaming and media machine. I'm running 'Arkos final' on it for those who want to know!
The console is very well build but out of the box the experience is 'ok'. If you are willing to spend some time setting up different firmware then it can really shine. A search on YouTube will show you all that you need to do and it is worth it!
I've never tried emulation or used anything like this since my teens when I had a gameboy advance. I thought I'd give this system a go and ordered from DroiX after seeing recommendations on reddit.
Out of the box it plays well, no difficulties getting it up and running, came with a good quality screen protector and a WiFi dongle plus another 64gb microSD (in addition to the one in the console).
However, it's quite easy and fun to load new firmware and your own ROMs, I watched some Retro Games Corps videos on YouTube and spent some time on reddit reading guides and got the system set up exactly how I liked it and learned a lot about emulation too! I couldn't recommend this, or the service I received from DroiX enough.
Starting at £ 89.95 Incl. VAT