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Anbernic RG Cube emulation performance shown in early video with Dreamcast, N64, PS2, PSP and Wii games

Anbernic has now shown the RG Cube in a black colour option. (Image source: Anbernic)
Anbernic has now shown the RG Cube in a black colour option. (Image source: Anbernic)
The Anbernic RG Cube is on its way as a foil to the Powkiddy RGB30. While Anbernic has not released the RG Cube just yet, it has now shown what the RG Cube is capable of in a new emulation video.

Anbernic officially unveiled the RG Cube a few days ago after nearly a month's worth of teasers. To recap, the company confirmed various specifications, including a 1:1 and 720p display like the Powkiddy RGB30 (curr. $95.99 on Amazon). Additionally, the Anbernic RG Cube features a 5,200 mAh battery that is slated to deliver up to 7 hours of battery life.

Now, Anbernic has shared a first look at the RG Cube emulating all kinds of systems, including various Nintendo 3DS games like Street Fighter IV and Ocarina of Time 3D. Moreover, the company has shown the gaming handheld delivering solid performance when emulating Dreamcast, N64, PS2, PSP and Wii games, too.

The Unisoc Tiger T820 is powerful enough to handle triple-A Android games like Genshin Impact too, though. On top of that, 8 GB of LPDDR4X RAM is on hand to ensure that Android 13 runs smoothly. Ultimately, it remains to be seen at what graphics settings these games are being played. Please see Anbernic's video below for more details where it also shows the possibilities of using multiple RG Cube handhelds to play multiplayer games or streaming single player games to a Wi-Fi connected TV or monitor.

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Alex Alderson, 2024-05-30 (Update: 2024-05-30)