O.k. the small amount of charge it came with has run out. Have put it on charge so I'll post about it a bit more.
The wall charging unit it comes with is exactly the same as the dingoo. Like the dingoo it can not be off while charging automatically coming on when plugged in. I did notice that unlike the Dingoo the battery is removable and easily replaceable.
Unfortunatly the system is a mixed bag from my tests so far. Some of you may have read on other forums that when playing on the system controls(no mini pads) that the shoulder buttons do NOT act as L or R, unfortunatley I can confirm this is true. They operate as volume up and down with no button mapping available. Therefore for GBA the shoulder buttons are mapped to X and Y and for Snes there are NO shoulder buttons on the system.When pugging in the mini pads this is corrected for Snes but NOT for Gba with the buttons still being mapped to X and Y.And you would think with X bieng on the right side it would be mapped as R. It is NOT. Y is mapped to R.
The screen on the unit is nice but there are NO options to change brightness. The level you are stuck on is not as bright as the Dingoo screen set to 3. I think the screen does not look as sharp as the Dingoos probably the same res stretched over a larger size.My unit also has 1 stuck pixel in the top right corner.
For the Emus themselves, of what I've tested so far:
NES - Very nice as you would expect detected a little slowdown in some games that the Dingoo does not have.
GB - Again very nice SMB Deluxe doesn't work like on Dingoo Native but others I tested ran perfectly.
GBA - A big step down from dingoo. Games are very choppy and with the button mapping issue. Not Good.
Snes - NOT playable without mini pads. Game performance is hit and miss. Less sound issues than Dingoo native but feels slower.
MD - A definate step up from Dingoo native, games ran much smoother and with less sound issues.
Initial findings are that two player MD is this units early strength. With any luck a firmware upgrade can fix some of the other issues. The manual gives instructions on how to do firmware upgrades so hopefully one will be released soon.
Not tested T.V. out yet, or movie playback. Will soon. The operating system is very similar in function to Dingoo as you can see in new pic.