Today ANBERNIC has revealed yet another handheld called the RG35XX H, which is basically the horizontal version of the very popular RG35XX Plus, a handheld that sits high in our best retro handhelds list.
It ranked 4th in our best list because for just $65 it offers great performance, allowing Dreamcast emulation and good build quality which can also fit in your pocket with ease. What a combo!
It’s one of the best affordable handhelds on the market, but now they have released a horizontal version for those that like the form factor of the classic RG353M and for those who miss the analogue sticks.
Using the design, shell and buttons from previous devices and combining it with a popular chipset that could emulate most games, it’s a no brainer for ANBERNIC, especially if they price it in collaboration with the RG35XX Plus at around $65.
This would make it a great starter handheld for those joining the scene who wanted something “easy”.
Although I am hoping they work on the OS a little bit as it’s a little plain for my liking.
ANBERNIC RG35XX H Specifications
- 1.5Ghz H700 Quad-Core ARM Corect-A53 CPU
- Dual-Core G31 MP2 GPU
- 1GB RAM
- 3.5″ IPS Display (640 x 480)
- 3300MAH Battery
- Linux OS
- 2.4/5G Wifi
- Bluetooth 4.2
Release Date & Extras?
I am speculating that this will be available to pre-order in January, typically with ANBERNIC they like to reveal and launch handhelds quite quickly, and seeing as the RG35XX Plus is becoming very popular it’s like that this one will sell well too.
It will also have HDMI-Out and Bluetooth 4.2, allowing you to use it as a portable retro gaming console, should you want to take it to a friends house.
There’s no official pricing as of yet, but we’ll update this article when we find out more information.
It will come in black, transparent white, and atomic purple.
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