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Miyoo Mini Review (Micro Retro Game Handheld)

Guides: [UPDATE 1/10/22: The 4th official update from Miyoo drastically improves the screen and audio. The score I'd say now should be updated to 8.5/10.  They are tough to find,  so definitely keep an eye out on the next Miyoo restock.] [UPDATE 12/28: The 3rd Update from Miyoo moderately improves audio issues and RetroArch settings now take effect, so improvements have happened.  It looks like Miyoo used some code from Shaun Inman's work in the new update (without anyone knowing)]  *Using Update 20211226, I'm upgrading my Score on the Miyoo Mini from a 7.8/10 to a 8/10 .  Hopefully we see even more improvements in the near future...There are issues with RA Autosaves crashing games and an assortment of oddities but the latest firmware is an improvement. Some good CFW is really needed. Also appears some emulators are not utilizing screen resolution yet as they are using upscaling to the resolution, but the scali

Miyoo Mini Upcoming Retro Handheld

*No known release date yet and Specs are assumptive.  We don't know a ton about the upcoming Miyoo Mini other than it will be small and have "estimated specs" of 2.8 inch 4:3  IPS 640x480 LCD screen, 1.2-1.5 GHz Cortex A7 SoC, ARM Quad Core CPU, 500 MHz Mali-400 MP2 GPU, 512MB DDR3 RAM, and Internal/External MicroSD for storage. BittBoy products are often of questionable quality in my experience so I am only mildly curious about this handheld for now. Price will be everything with this one and needs to start out under $50. What it has going for it is that it's highly pocketable, the screen looks nice and the Miyoo Mini is still big enough to actually play unlike some of the even tinier micro handhelds out there.  From videos, the screen actually looks pretty good in my opinion. The colors look rich and vibrant. Smaller than the original BittBoy but the screen gets more space.  Based on the video posted by timeisart on Discord, I'm not reall

Quick Look Inside the PocketGo S30

I'm not a big fan of the PocketGo S30 but I am a fan of how it looks. Very easy to disassemble too. I'm thinking about replacing the tinny speaker at some point on it.