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Obscurehandheld’s review of JXD S7300 with NCCE Firmware v1.0!

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This review has been kindly put together and narrated by my brother and it demonstrates the NCCE v1 ROM. This ROM fixes a lot of the problems apparent in the JXD firmware, but does still have a way to go. Since uploading the video Skelton has released his XSample ROM, and Damedus and Vektor are about to release a new version of NCCE with mapping support for the right analog stick. We’ll make an update video in a couple of weeks just to show what’s improved, but for the time being if you’re looking for a pretty in-depth and unbiased review of the device you can check it out below.Link to Damedus and Vektor’s NCCE v1 ROM

Elcheapo LED projector perfect for handheld emulation on a 60” screen

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This mini projector from fancrapatastic vendors of all the treasures of the orient, Tinydeal, seems just the thing for emulation devices, given its native resolution of 320 x 240, and its 4:3 aspect ratio!Multimedia LCD Image System LED Projector 4:3 Ratio$80.26Specs:Product Features:This projector is capable of creating a screen from 17" to 60" - perfect for a dorm room or bedroom The LED lighting system projects a brilliant image onto your wall at a 300:1 contrast ratio It's equipped with tons of features, including lantern slide, picture zoom, 360 image rotation, and special SRS sound and audio effects to enhance your sound Listen using the built-in speakers or plug into the headphone jack to keep the noise down Connect your video game console or DVD player using the composite video RCA jacks, or plug in a USB stick or TF card with music or picture files - this unit plays back MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, APE, and a variety of other formats Runs at 4:3 aspect ratio Specially …

Ipega bluetooth controller for Android (and perhaps, IOS); best feature: the price!

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I’ve run across this in my usual sauntering way from Tinydeal:(IPEGA)Wireless Bluetooth Controller for iPhone/ iPad/ iPod/$23.80You can shell out twice this for a gametel, but why, when this seems to work just as well? Here are some videos of it in action: There you go: how to turn your phone into one of them fancy Chinese android game player things for a mere $23.80 from Tinydeal.

Highly entertaining NeoGeo X review

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The latest Dingoo A380E emulators in one spot

I’ve just come across this link, which appears to be fairly well maintained, of what appears to be all the A380 emulators and other community software, on one easy to find page!  This is a great resource – not hard to find, and sorry it’s late news – but better late than never!Dingoo A380 Emulators, Games List and Support« on: September 21, 2012, 12:46:41 PM »Hi Everyone... This is the complete list of Emulators and games ported to Dingoo A380..
download links provided below...
some emulators need bios files, some games need original dos files etc etc... so this is the place to discuss about any emulation issue..
but providing links for bios files and roms is prohibited...
Note: Old firmwares may not support some emulators and games. so update your dingoo a380 with latest custom firmware...
download Alien Grey's latest firmware and emulators pack from here:
http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingoo-technology-a380/firmware…

“Unofficial” clone GCW Zero video

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Josh Dimon  sent me the following:From: Joshua Dimon <insameworrier@gmail.com>
To: larry@dingoo-scene.com
Sent: Tuesday, 12 March 2013 2:55 PM
Subject: Clone GCW ZeroHi Larry,I like to read your blog regularly, as well as dingoonity and openconsoles, opendora, XDA Devs and and other emulation forums.  I have made a video here of a "clone" GCW Zero in action: http://youtu.be/BtTRQq75HhgThis is an "unofficial" GCW Zero sourced from a Hong Kong company. It is called the H350. I bought this through Alibaba. It costed less than the Kickstarter GCW Zero price.  I found the information on the source of the device from this forum: http://forum.openhandhelds.net/index.php/topic,276.0.htmlThis device is not supposed the same as the real the GCW Zero.  I guess this means the software will be different. As for the device, it seems to me to be the same externally to the GCW Zero (looking at pictures I have seen of it),  I do not know wh…

Justin Barwick (GCW Zero dude) in fundraising attempt to buy (some) Atari rights; GCW Zero kickstarter pledgers say “meh” …

Actually, they say something stronger than “meh”, but this is a PG rated blog. Except for the boobies.Justin Barwick, the organiser of the GCW Zero Kickstarter now has a new campaign (on a different fundraising board) to attempt acquire certain assets of Atari. This is the page for the new campaign.  The response of the masses on Dingoonity makes a great read for fans of torrid non-fiction. Start here!

JXD S7300B Price Drop at Willgoo

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Happy days – the JXD S7300B is now US$149.99 from Willgoo here, or for super fast DHL delivery, it’s only $159.99 here! As always, if you use these links, you’ll help l’il ol me keep this site running. Cheers to you all!

Another day, another … retro console: say hello to the RetroN 4

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PawByte “Flyght” – another open source Console on its way

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The PawByte Codenamed "Flyght" ConsoleThat video was horrible. What really is this "new console?"
We agree, The PawByte nextGen Console is made via Linux(Currently testing ArchLinux version), does it's Program Store different than the others and heavily loves Open Source, ANYTHING.
Up til this point, we have kept a small media presence until we are ready to Kickstart, nevertheless we are hosting a LIVE Press Conference and we are getting the word out. Be ready to ask and have many of your questions answered.. 

We have a huge Press Conference coming up that will be livestreamed on March 14, 2013 at 8pm CST(GMT-6).
Join the Free Public Event here
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Q:How long has this Console been in development?
A: We have been working on the console and hashing out things since early February 2012.
Q: Aren't there enough new conso…

DOSBox ported to GCW Zero!

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A great video on 8 bit limitations and how they were overcome

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Found this on my travels … once again, wish I could code!It’s like magic to me: