An 5" 720p Android clamshell handheld with a QuadCore 1,8GHz CPU and gaming controls
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The GPD XD is an Android Gaming Handheld with a fast 1,8GHz Cortex A17 QuadCore CPU and a great battery life (thanks to the 6000mAH battery)
Thanks to the built-in gaming controls, you can play many games using a proper DPad, Facebuttons or analog controls, both emulated and original games.
Of course, you can also play touchscreen-based games.
The Clamshell design is perfect for playing on-the-go and putting it back into your pockets, protecting the screen.
Using HDMI out, you can also play the games on your TV.
Built-in are 32GB of storage which can easily be expanded using a MicroSD card.
The Google Play Store does work fine on this device as well.
|Internal Storage||32GB, expandable using a MicroSD Card|
|Chip||RK-3288, ARM Cortex A17 1.8GHz CPU, ARM Mali-T764 3D graphics acceleration hardware GPU, 2GB DDR3|
|Operate System||Android 4.4.4 (also supports Android 2.3)|
|Touch System||5-point all function touch screen|
|Screen||5.0-inch (H-IPS) Touch Screen
|Battery||6000mAh Built-in rechargeable lithium-polymer battery;
Charging via power adapter or USB to computer system
|TV-OUT||Support HDMI 2.0|
|Connector||USB2.0 High Speed
3.5-mm stereo headphone mini jack
TF Card Slot,Max 128GB
OTG(External connect to Air HID and USB flash disk)
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Nifty Little Device
I've had my GPD XD for a few weeks now, and have found that it's a nice little device for emulators and even just for using as an Android device. I put LegacyROM on it fairly soon after getting it. The button remapping feature wasn't perfectly intuitive, but there's information online about it, and it isn't bad once you get used to it.
It's a useful device to pass the time on bus trips. On the bus, I have to use another device as a wireless hotspot for it, if I want Internet access, but that isn't too big of a deal for me. All-in-all, I'm happy with the purchase.