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. No issues thus far, I have recommended it to others and have seen much interest for this product anytime I take it out. Great product and I hope to see more of them.
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: 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. I received this as a present when it was relatively fresh on the scene (the black version hadn't even been released yet). Out of the box, it was pretty impressive.
Summary: I bought this for my wife because she never got a chance to play older consoles much when she was growing up and this product promised more than it could offer. First, it lacked any proper instructions for use, and were in a mangled chinese->english, and it would not run any games out of the box. Think Geek deleted my review and refused to offer any kind of refund on it, so we pressed on doing personal research.
Summary: If you are thinking of buying this device, please do. The NES emulator works fantastic and I am just now getting into the SNES, Genesis, game gear, GBA, and Odyssey emulators. This device and plug and play but if one needs help just type dingoo message boards into google and there are plenty of sites that will help you. I would highly recommend this product and may look into getting more from this company.
Great, if you are willing to tinker with it a little
J. R. Kelly, Amazon
19 April 2012
Summary: I love my Dingoo. Here's a little quick start guide to get you going with yours: First and foremost, check out Dingoonity.org for info about the Dingoo. It's an active forum with lots of great info. To get the most out of your Dingoo, you will likely want to upgrade its software a bit. First, check your firmware version.
Summary: Judging by the reviews, I feel like I must be the only person on the planet who couldn't figure this thing out. Sounds simple, right? You plug it in to your computer. You transfer ROMs, and you play... Yeah. Not so much. Nothing I transferred would even show up within the console, so I checked the forums, which pretty much melted my brain; everything from having to "flash" the firmware to having to go USB-mode and then discover that Windows 7 x64 isn't compatible with...