Yes, It's Flawed (but how can I be that upset with all these games?)
22 May 2015
Summary: The Dingoo A320 is a really nice device. It plays NES and GBA games very well with no issues. The SNES games are a bit more varied, some with framerate issues. Plenty of games that heavily use Mode 7 (The 3D SNES games) I couldn't get to work, but ones with limited mode 7 worked fine.
Summary: Works as advertised, feels great, very responcive, games work great as far as emulators go. NES works amazing, SNES works mostly some roms have issues like Super punch out crashes after first circuit, Genisis and mastersystem are great, and GBA works great.
Summary: I love this little guy. It's fun for playing gba games on it when bored, and has a pretty big community out there. On the other hand, it will lock up often and I have to reset it, and charging could be better. But overall, 4 Stars.
Summary: Hello I will say the only huge downfall with dingo is why when I play the roms like after 1hour my thumb feels so in pain that it feels like my thumb is bleeding and hurt sooo bad ..The only likeable thing is it plays every rom that I gotten to work even mame roms and mvs too
Summary: You definitely have to read the manual to get the full functionality out of the dingoo - installing third party emulators, putting files in their correct location, working the volume controls - but once you do it's well worth it.
Summary: Both my grandson's are very happy with this gift. The instructions were not english but they managed. All there other gifts were put to the side when they opened this gift. English would have been great, but they are very happy and that's all that really matters.
Summary: The Dingoo A320 is a great handheld, despite certain drawbacks. It's durability is my main concern, as are the constant errors I receive when ejecting it from my laptop. It lacks the ability to run certain ROMs on it's native snes emulator, and to play genesis games you must find and download a file...
Summary: I have spent more time than I'd like to admit with this little thing. Note, I'm not wealthy by any means, but I do make an effort to have the current generation of gaming devices (360, Vita, you name it). This cheap little Chinese device has seen more play than the Vita, 3DS, and PS3 I own COMBINED.