Hi I'm new here so I hope I don't get in trouble for bumping an old thread but after reading 17 pages this seems like the right spot for it.
I lost my old Dingoo A320 and this Letcool seems like a more than suitable replacement but I was wondering:
Does this quote still apply considering firmware 2.0 and that custom russian firmware that got posted up a couple weeks ago?
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.
Have the updates improved any of this? Cause if I remember right, while I loved my Dingoo, GBA emulation was the only one that was truly perfect (as perfect as emulation gets anyway). While games such as SNES's Chrono Trigger and Super Mario World would kinda lag. So have the firmware updates for the Letcool improved it beyond the Dingoo, or would the Dingoo still be a better bet for SNES?
Also it's probably waaay too early to ask about this but since I don't see it mentioned anywhere else in the forums, is it possible that the added ram for the Dingoo A380 makes things run smoother or is that not how it works? The link below has the specs, and I think there are youtube vids of it as well though I doubt any have shipped yet.
Thanks for the help
After some more forum research, I see that ram only really affects, Dingux emulators and not the native emulators, still good to know though