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JXD S192

Discussion in 'Android' started by Da Dude, May 26, 2016.

  1. Da Dude

    Da Dude Member

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    After 7 months waiting (pre-order got delayed for 5 months)
    Got this gaming device.

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    Display Material Full HD Retina display
    Size 7 inches (diagonal)
    Resolution 1920*1200 323ppi
    Processor
    CPU NVIDIA Tegra K1 quad core, 2.0GHz ARM Cortex-A15
    GPU NVIDIA Kepler GPU, 192 CUDA cores
    Capacity
    RAM 2GB LPDDR3
    Flash memory 32GB support ; Micro SD (TF) UP TO 128GB
    Game Support
    Android Game Nvidia special effect android games
    Nvidia Tegra K1 chips Exclusive Games
    Google Play Support
    Emulators build in PSP、NDS、DC、PS1、ONS、N64、CPS1\CPS2\CPS3、Neo-Geo、GBA、SFC、FC、MD......
    Connectivity WLAN supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz;802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
    Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
    CameraFront camera 5MP
    Video 1080p (1920x1080) HD video recording
    Battery Capacity 10000mAh Lithium-ion Polymer Battery
    Gravity sensor Yes
    Multimedia support
    Audio format mp3, aac...
    Video format 1080p MPEG4, h.263, h.264...
    Picture format JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP and more


    This thing did everything right. The Joypad buttons are lika a Ps3 joypad. Screen is big.
    The emu's do their job. And with the hdmi cable you turn is in a console of mediacenter in no time.
     
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  2. levi

    levi Still fresh, damnit!

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    FLAC audio supported? How about Ogg Vorbis? Opus?

    Looks pretty sweet though, either way.
     
  3. liveunderwater

    liveunderwater 熱いソース

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    Interesting. Most people hate the Wii U because of its gamepad controller and here we have a super version of it. I realize this has much more potential than the Wii U gamepad could ever have, just pointing out there are some similarities. The retina display on this JXD S192 is a really nice selling point.
     
  4. Klumpen

    Klumpen Run away! Run away!

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    So they're still selling their stuff with a pirate copy of DraStic? :D
     
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  5. iprice

    iprice Certified Guru

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    Nope. Still think it looks ugly as fuck. It's what's inside that counts though.
     
  6. jonlad1

    jonlad1 Active Member

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    Interested to hear a review on this, if you have time ;)
     
  7. Da Dude

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    No problem I will do that asap. More requests on fora to write a review.


    I'm really happy I can take my games with me. And I just can't use a onscreen joypad, like on normal tablets. Doesn't work imo. No virtual sticks and buttons for me :D

    This is lika a Nvidia Shield Portable, but with a better/bigger screen.

    You have to install it, The others are already installed. So, 50/50 on the pirate thing ;) Don't know.


    That's true, The Inside is one powerhouse imo. The outside. I like it, a lot. but that's my opinion.
    Maybe an Nvidia Shield tablet with a loose joypad, is maybe more your thing.
     
  8. levi

    levi Still fresh, damnit!

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    How robust is it? I can imagine slinging this thing into my everyday bag like I do with my Pandora, it might suffer a few more issues, but I guess wrapped in a towel in a sports bag or a suitcase should be fine. How are you planning to carry it?
     
  9. rygD

    rygD Nihilistic Mystic

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    I wouldn't want to carry it. It seems a bit large and awkward. It might be good to keep in the car to play when waiting around somewhere.
     
  10. iprice

    iprice Certified Guru

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    Nope. Anything Shield related is also pig-ugly Worse than this (IMHO). The tablet's OK, but the pad... :(

    But then, I also thought the Pandora wasn't much of a looker. It's still not, but you grow attached to it ;) :D
     
  11. Asaggynoodle

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    Looks like they where going after the Razer edge design with the Game Pad. Regardless, the K1 is a monster of an ARM SoC. Once we get quad/octa A72's in the market, we'll start seeing enough power under the hood for last gen emulation.
     
  12. Klumpen

    Klumpen Run away! Run away!

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    What about cooling?
     

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