#1PAWACA Handheld Game Console
PAWACA Handheld Game Console is a portable emulator that features 3000 built-in classic retro games. It is also compatible with GBA (Game Boy Advance) ROMs that you can install via MicroSD card slot.
#2GPD XD Plus Portable Gaming Handheld (2018)
GPD XD Plus Portable Gaming Handheld features a 5” Touchscreen, two analog joysticks, a D-Pad and ten gaming buttons. It sports dual-band Wi-FI, Bluetooth 4.1, and the new Vulkan Engine for improved performance in supported games and ROMs.
#3ODROID-GO Open Source Gaming Console
The ODROID-GO Open Source Gaming Console is a gaming kit that you can assemble yourself. It supports multiple emulators from the Sega Master System to the Nintendo Entertainment System, and even the Game Boy Advance.
DID YOU KNOW?
The Nintendo Game Boy sold out within its first two-week run? When it came to the United States, it sold 40,000 units that very same day. It wasn't long after the gaming industry moved to 3D consoles. Sony's PlayStation 2, Microsoft's Xbox, and Nintendo's Game Cube were these consoles. The Game Boy fell into obscurity. That is until emulation arrived and became popular. “Emulation” is a dirty word in the game development industry. This is because of is piracy-adjacent nature. Emulators mimic proprietary hardware. If you have a game’s code, you can play the games on any computer. This is without making any hardware modifications.
There is a deeper and cultural significance at play here. Game emulation is a form of preservation. Copies of games that are out of print, for one reason or another, circulate on ROM sites. Emulator software have also risen in popularity. Portable emulators pre-loaded with ROMs of retro games also became popular. Anyone can buy these devices and enjoy playing with tinkering or hassle. This is due in large part to the ever-growing power of smartphones. Another good example of this is the Classic Editions of retro game consoles. Consoles like the Super Nintendo Classic or the PlayStation Classic use emulation software. This was the best workaround to address piracy issues while also legitimizing emulation. In the end, it's a win-win for console makers and games both.
#4PSFS Handheld Game Console
The PSFS Handheld Game Console sports a 4.3" screen and has 500 built-in classic games based on Sega and Nintendo consoles. it can also be used as a media player that support today's most popular audio and video formats.
#5Nidoum Handheld Game Console
Nidoum Handheld Game Console sports a 3-inch display and 169 built-in games. It comes with a joystick controller for multiplayer gameplay on TVs. It features a 700 mAh battery that is rated for up to 5 hours of continuous gameplay.
#6IQ Toys Game Zone Handheld Game Player
The IQ Toys Game Zone Handheld Game Player features a 2.7" 960x 240 resolution display. It comes with 200 built-in games of different types. It's powered by 3 AAA batteries or via mini USB power cable.
#7BORNKID Handheld Gaming Console & TV Game Controller
The BORNKID Handheld Gaming Console & TV Game Controller features a 2.5-inch LCD screen and comes with 360 built-in classic games. It can also be attached to your TV and serve as a controller while you play on a bigger screen.
#8BORNKID Kids Handheld Game Player
The BORNKID Kids Handheld Game Player features a 3-inch display and comes with 100 built-in classic games from the 80s and 90s game consoles. It powered by a lithium-ion battery that can be recharged via micro USB cable.