The BittBoy PocketGo is a neat small handheld, running Linux.
It can be seen as a successor to the GP2X, WIZ or GCW Zero handheld - the main menu it uses is gmenu2x. Fellow GP2X users will instantly recognize it!
The size is about the same as the GPD WIZ. It features a 2.4" screen with a 320x240 resolution.
It's fast enough for most classic consoles (8bit and 16bit) and even does a fairly good job at PS1 games.
The best thing is the low price tag though!
It's a perfect companion for some quick retro-games on-the-go.
Our PocketGo systems have the latest CFW installed which can also be downloaded from here:
It also has a selection of public domain games preinstalled.
Installing games is as easy as simply copying them onto a partition of the SD Card. With Windows 10 or Linux, this works out of the box.
For older Windows versions, please follow this guide:
Included in the package is:
* The handheld (of course)
* USB Cable
* 8GB MicroSD Card (with the OS preinstalled)
* Instruction Manual
* MicroSD Card Reader
We will provide instructions on how to add the games / update the firmware soon on this page (it's not hard to do though, you will find the information using Google as well).