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 console 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
You have probably already watched a number of reviews before looking at this device, but if not I strongly suggest watching Retro Game Corps on YouTube. It's a fantastic device for under £100, the build quality is great and emulates a huge back catalogue of consoles.
The plastic case has been said to be similar to a Nintendo Switch, and it is very nice. It has a a slight textured feeling which helps with grip, and looks higher quality than a smooth finish. All the buttons and sticks are great quality and feel just right; not to solid or squishy.
I didn't use the stock firmware and instead changed it to 351ELEC following a guide. So far GBA, NDS & PSX run amazingly well (Had a couple crash on start up but I blame my knowledge of PSX ROMs, not the device)
It’s very good
Not had it long but performing well on all the ROMs I have tried so far. I would recommend this emulator.
I can’t comment too much on the stock software the system comes with as I immediately upgraded to the 351elec firmware.
But nifty little console. Runs fairly smooth, obviously some emulations may have different performance.
My only issue is the inaccurate battery status.
It doesn’t seem to be able to measure it too well, generally will say 100% at any boot up even though it’s not.
Unexpectedly solidly built, for a unit of this price - if I'd known how good this thing was, I'd have probably gone for the metal version, but don't be put off by the WiFi Dongle on the P, as it works fine and is of no encumbrance.
The software is great too. Very easy to use and very straightforward to add Roms.
Starting at £ 89.95 Incl. VAT