You can get it in non-limited, plastic form as well. Here's a comparison of the plastic GK350H, the RG350, and the PlayGo.This one looks really nice. Maybe one of them will catch on and be produced for longer than 6 months, so there's time for a community to form and build cool things for it instead of the same recycled emulators...
Thanks for the feedback. Very valuable one. Saves me a purchase.I found the controls on the RG350 too stiff, which is why I prefer the PocketGo2
Yeah. Preordered that one. I wonder how good would be the controls...Odroid go advance
This might be a strange question, but how does the performance of this compare to the Pandora? Which is more likely to get better framerates in SNES, GBA, or PSX? What about ports like Quake?
Well calling the new is a bit of stretch. Its the same internals as the GCW zero. I might get a pockets go 2 though. These devices are the only ones left with the old gemu2x style menus.I was really surprised when a colleagues told me that these new consoles struggle with some games that my "old" Pandora runs flawlessly.
Are you sure they're not also wider? I know you can fit a pandora battery into a pyra provided you pack out the remaining space well, and I thought it would need some at the sides as well as behind the battery to push it into the contacts, which would suggest it's both wider and thicker.
Are you asking for different stick colors, or for different types? While I think a flat analog controller like what they used on the 3DS or PSP would have been a heck of a lot better for pocketability, the taller thumbsticks are the only option available. Color-wise, it looks like your options are light grey, orange, or black, depending on which color scheme you choose. The yellow sticks in the image I posted above seem to only have been for the prototype, and it doesn't look like they're selling them in the final version.