Summary: The Good: - Nice buttons with a good "click" to them. Feels very "old-school". - Great button mapping tool makes it work with damn near any game. - MicroSD card slot - so it can hold a lot of videos and games. The Average: - The screen isn't the highest resolution compared to other Android tablets (such as Nexus 7). - The viewing angle isn't that great. - Though neither of those detract from gaming experience at all. The Bad: - Battery life isn't great.
Summary: I am very satisfied with this device. While I wouldn't recommend forking over $300 dollars for it, it is well worth the retail price of $169-$179. I bought this device mainly for emulation of classic consoles, and I'm happy to say that all of the emulators I've tried run flawlessly on its modest hardware. Also, it makes a great portable media player with the addition of the Micro SD slot and Mini HDMI out.