Long battery life
Good format support
Vibrant development scene
Value packed – all accessories included
Varying results from built-in emulators
Appalling 'first party' support
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Launching in China earlier this year, the Dingoo Digital A320 is an attempt to "break the monopoly of foreign brands into the game market." Dubbed 'China's PSP', units are now slowly making their way to the West, and gamers in the UK can now pick up a Dingoo for under £70.
Destined to remain an underground console, the Dingoo A320 is building momentum thanks to its bargain price, out-of-the-box support for classic emulators and a vibrant development scene – thanks to its open source nature.
Enthusiast developers have already coded a wealth of applications, with attentions now focused on Dingux – Linux port, which opens up the console to further possibilities.
What's in the box?
Available in a choice of black or white, the Dingoo A320 packs in 4GB of built-in memory, with a miniSD slot for a further 4GB.
STORAGE: the Dingoo takes MiniSD cards - not a popular format on these shores but cards are nevertheless available
The console also plays your digital video files, a contains a digital recorder, FM radio and TV-out connection.
And if you can stop chuckling at Dingoo's pidgin English packaging, you'll find a charger, mini USB, headphones and composite TV lead inside – accessories that other games companies charge extra for.
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