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JXD S5300 Retro Hand Held With Capacitive Screen Now Available


Willgoo have just sent over word that the JXD S5300 is now available in their store.  This is an interesting little hand held that has the capabilities of connecting with the JXD S602 for some wireless multi-player action.  Full specs below:

Games support: Millions of Android games, 9 kinds of Simulator games (PS1, N64, Arcade CP1/CP2/Neo-Geo, GBA, SFC, MD, FC), the second generation of JXD game center “Game X”
Games control: 5 point capacitive touch, Button controls (Android buttons mapping, LR buttons, Joysticks, ABXY), G-sensor control
Size and Weight: Length: 7.68inches(195.0mm)
Storage: 8GB
Chip: GP33003 (ARM Cortex A8 1GMHz CPU, POWERVR SGX531 GPU)
DDR” 512MB DDR3 + 256MB Virtual memory
OS: Android 4.1.1
Network: Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n)
Screen: 5.0-inch (diagonal) LCD, 800*480 pixel
Touch System: 5-point Capacitive Touch Screen
Sensor: 3 Axis Gravity Sensor
Buttons: Direction key, ABXY, LR buttons, Joysticks, Select, Start, Volumn, Reset, Power
Camera: 0.3M Front Camera
Speaker: Stereo Speaker
Video: Support RMVB, AVI, MPEG-4, ASP, DIVX, WMV, F4V, FLV etc. (Support extension of the third-party applications)
Audio: Support MP3, WMA, FLAC, OGG etc. (Support extension of the third-party applications)
E-book: Support PDF, TXT, CHM, UMD, HTML etc. (Support extension of the third-party applications)
Pictures: Support JPG, BMP, PNG etc., browsing and slide show
Battery: Built-in rechargeable lithium-polymer battery
Charging via 5V 2A DC power adapter or USB (slower) to computer system
I/O: USB2.0 High Speed
3.5-mm stereo headphone mini jack
Micro TF Card Slot, Max 32GB
TV-out: HDMI Dual-screen display, Up to 1080P
Languages: Multilanguage support
Operate Environment: Windows 98SE/ME; Windows2000; Windows XP or above
In the box: Device S5300 , User’s Manual, USB cable- We prepare the Power charger additionallyl!


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  • DarthDiggler

    Another shitty PSP rip off? :)

    • http://www.gamingonbatteries.com triverse

      Not so sure, Darth. I have a JXD S601 myself (used to review a lot of games we cover here at GoB) and it runs great. It is quite underpowered compared to this S5300 device and has a lower resolution screen (same as the PSP).

      Judging by the games that play on the S601, the S5300 has quite a lot of good games that can be enjoyed that are not on PSP (and PSP has a lot of games that aren’t on Android).

      At the prices of these things, it is quite feasible to have both a PSP and one of these import Android devices.

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