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    Default PlayMore Multi-Platform Handheld Gaming Entertainment System Or What's the Best One To Get?

    Has anyone heard of this system? Good or bad? Would like to hear from anyone that has one and hear their opinions. Curious how to put games on an SD card meaning easy or hard. If not this one, which one like it is the best to get? Can't find much on Google and appreciate any help, thanks.
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    Default PlayMore Multi-Platform Handheld Gaming Entertainment System Or What's the Best One To Get?

    Can anyone help,please?

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    Looks like a Dingoo clone, probably using some type of variation on its Linux-based UI.

    For playing 8/16 bit games I'd say just get a Dingo A-320 instead, much better community driven support and online knowledge bases that you can look to for help when you run into issues or have questions where with that thing you'll probably hit dead-ends on support.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingoo_A320

    Also, stay away from the Dingoo A380, I have one and it's a pain in the ass for the Dingoo community to work with. It's all locked-down in terms of software modding/fixing.

    Also also, a lot of the Android based emulation devices from China seem to be very decent and Android already has a rich history of well made classic game system emulators and is generally pretty good across the Android versions that those ship with/support.
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    Default PlayMore Multi-Platform Handheld Gaming Entertainment System Or What's the Best One To Get?

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankie_Says_Relax View Post
    Looks like a Dingoo clone, probably using some type of variation on its Linux-based UI.

    For playing 8/16 bit games I'd say just get a Dingo A-320 instead, much better community driven support and online knowledge bases that you can look to for help when you run into issues or have questions where with that thing you'll probably hit dead-ends on support.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingoo_A320

    Also, stay away from the Dingoo A380, I have one and it's a pain in the ass for the Dingoo community to work with. It's all locked-down in terms of software modding/fixing.

    Also also, a lot of the Android based emulation devices from China seem to be very decent and Android already has a rich history of well made classic game system emulators and is generally pretty good across the Android versions that those ship with/support.
    Thanks for all the info! I really appreciate it!

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