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edilaq (OP)

PAP KIII: Chinese PMP with Dingoo Software
« on: October 10, 2016, 04:45:09 pm »
Hello everyone:

Did not write before because I wanted to give some impressions with this console that I was curious since I saw it was advertised as "Dingux System", I mean PAP K3, which arrived last Friday and I want to say a few things:

Package content:
- Console PAP KIII (there are two versions, the removable battery and a non-removable, in my case I play the first)
- Charger (Europe came to me, so I use with adapter)
- USB 5-pin cable.
- Cable Video
- Headphones (with quality used to come)
- Console Carry Bag
- Manual in English
- Disco with Arcade Games and GBA

Although the box indicates, I did not come 3D glasses

As for the console, touch you feel is not as cheap as you might imagine, and what surprised me pleasantly is that both the crosshead and the buttons do not do the typical click the PMP Chinese (which if it occurs with buttons L, R, volume + and -, select and start), size is also similar to the pSP, but I feel a more comfortable grip, probably because the shape of the bottom and back. Also as in the dingoo, has a reset button, but if you see a hole to insert a pin is a rather small and discreet button, but if left press

As for the menu, as seen in the videos attached in previous post are as having the psp and dingoo, but one detail is that in the menu to change language the Spanish does not go well translated, and some texts come out with part word in Spanish and partly in strange characters, so leave it in English.

When connected to the PC to charge more games (since I received in the office and could also release it nomas), on the PC of my work with Windows 10 she did not recognize (appeared the message of an unknown device, exchanging screen main menu with the loading screen with the figure of the battery, either the on or off) console, but in my personal computer with Ubuntu Mate 16.04 I had no problems (on he recognized the internal memory and slot for micro SD, and off goes the loading screen), so I guess it must be in subject operating system (to be confirmed what the manual says that is compatible to windows 7)

As for the emulation of NES and GBA has not given me trouble, I was surprised SNES emulation, since the games I've had (not many), did not give me any problems or slowdowns. Emulation of Sega Genesis (Megadrive), if you have slowdowns (I tried it with Sonic 2 and others, and has that problem), and neither had problems with the emulation of Game Boy and Game Boy Color.

Finally emulation is correct in recreational as CPS1, CPS2 (although some like Alien Vs Predator are sometimes given loss of frames), Neogeo also had problems with games that included but are mvs format.

Unfortunately 3D games like 7 days I could not test because when connecting to the PC with Windows 10 and be as an unknown device, the contents of the internal memory is corrupted and I had to reset the console, which has deleted all content , so I am in the process of downloading via dingoonity, so when the complete and upload'll add my impressions.

Sorry for not placing pictures or be as explanatory, I hope to improve and it would be great that you can work with the scene of dingoo, but still I need to investigate.

More info:

Greetings and thanks in advance for reading.
« Last Edit: October 10, 2016, 04:52:15 pm by edilaq »


Re: PAP KIII: Chinese PMP with Dingoo Software
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2017, 12:36:33 pm »
thanks for the info thinking of getting one for $44nzd off ebay


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Re: PAP KIII: Chinese PMP with Dingoo Software
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2017, 10:48:00 pm »
An Amazon seller has these for $45 shipped quickly. This appears to be an older handheld, but with tweaked firmware so it runs better. The screen is large and widescreen, but each game can run in what Nintendo called "pixel perfect mode" in a window, which is small but looks nice.

I'm going to mess around with it a bit more but it seems like an overclocked Dingoo so far. It's unclear how to load other software (if that's even possible) but I aim to try.


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Re: PAP KIII: Chinese PMP with Dingoo Software
« Reply #3 on: August 16, 2017, 12:10:43 pm »
Just got one of these off Amazon ($45). Pretty cool little unit. Performance reminds me of the Dingoo A320. Is there any other way to play games of the microsd card besides the built in File Explorer??


Re: PAP KIII: Chinese PMP with Dingoo Software
« Reply #4 on: September 20, 2017, 06:28:17 pm »
I just one one these yesterday. could this run Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes ?

i'm surpised it's not on here


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