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    Home/News JXD 301 LTPS Handheld Comes With NES/SNES/SMD/SMS/GB/GBA Emulators

    Wow just spotted news of this tonight and its most impressive. A new handheld from China that boasts Nes, Snes, Genesis, Sega Master System, Gameboy, GBA and NeoGeo emulation on it from the start.

    Heres a Pic



    Heres the specs:

    JXD 301 - 3.0" LTPS TFT Screen
    MP4 / MP3 / Picture Viewer / Voice Recorder / Game Emulator

    2GB VERSION Unit Price: $126.50

    2GB VERSION + 2GB SD CARD = 4GB Unit Price: $149.00


    The JXD 301 has a LTPS TFT (Low Temperature Polysilicon Thin Film Transistor) screen, which allows for better screen performance than most other players. It can also play a large number of audio and video file types, most importantly RM/RMVB, which is growing in use due to is high compression/hi quality ratio, it also allows for FLV playback allowing users to download off sites like You Tube and watch the videos directly on this player. One of the nicest features is its ability to play NES, SNES, SMD, GBC, GBA and Neo Geo games.

    Package Contents:

    2GB 3.0" LTPS TFT (4GB Pack: 2GB JXD 301 + 2GB SD Card)
    USB cable
    Headphones
    English Manual
    Carrying case
    2 Pin Wall Charger
    CD with drivers and software
    12 Month Warranty

    FEATURES:

    Processor: ADI Blackfin 533 - 600MHz
    Screen: 3.0" LTPS TFT, capable of displaying 16 million colors with a aspect ratio of 4:3
    Supported Audio Codecs: MP3, WMA (32K ~ 320Kbps), APE, FLAC
    Supported Video Codecs: RM/RMVB, AVI (XVid), FLV, MPG, MPEG, DAT
    Equalizer: BBE, SRS, 10 Custom EQ and 7 Pre-set EQ
    Frequency Response: 20HZ~20KHZ , 0dB± 3dB
    Games: NES, SNES, Sega Mega Drive, Game Boy Classic, Game Boy Advanced and Neo Geo Emulator
    File Viewing: GIF, BMP, JPG, TXT
    Lyrics: LRC
    Voice Recording: (WAV) Sampling Rate: 8kHz-320kHz
    Input and Output: 5PIN USB, Dual 3.5mm stereo earphone output.
    Language Support: Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, English
    Battery: 1000mAH
    Playtime: 15hrs audio, 5-6hrs video.
    Expansion Slot: SD slot capable of supporting up to 4GB
    Flash Memory Capacity: 2GB
    Interface: USB 2.0 HI-SPEED
    Built in loud speaker
    Easy to use Graphical User Interface
    USB Storage Function
    Firmware Upgradable

    Heres a of the console.

    They are retailing on GP2XStore for $119

    A very powerful console, could this be the next big Homebrew Handheld ?

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    Looks like a major competitor to the GP2X.

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    but it looks like 2 button are missing for SNES emulation.

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    i've read the review mentioned in post two, but i don't get the idea of having emulators on a machine, which don't work proper, for whatever reason. i'd step away from that thing.

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    yea and the gba emu doesn't work that well according to the review. none the less a great portable! the only thing that turns me away is that the megadrive is choppy with sound on :/

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    My gf is going back to china durring xmas. She did ask me if there is any toys i want, I should see if she can nab one of thies for me. I'm currious.

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    According to the link, it seems to be firmware upgradable and I bet the emu drivers are in the firmware. So it's very posible they will be improved in the future, that or maybe the source code can be obtained.

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    Meh my psp is just fine

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    600mHz + 1000mAh battery = horrible

    30mins, maybe 45 tops on a full charge, without some serious underclocking

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    I can pay same price for a used psp...or a litle bit (50 usd) more for a Sony handheld Slim !

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