A lot for you probably haven't heard if this device before but i garuntee there will be many of you that will interested in it after you have read this.
I should probably start by explaining what it actually does, the Dingoo is a device that emulates the following:
Megadrive (Genesis depending on where you're from)
CPS1 & CPS2 arcade system boards
And with a bit of tinkering you can do Sega Master System also.
Now you are probably thinking "Meh i can do that and more from my PC", which is totally true, the amazing thing about the Dingoo is its size and portability. As you can see below compared to a DSlite.
As for the emulation itself, its a bit iffy at points. I would rate the quality of emulation as follows:
NES - 99.9% - Almost flawless, 1 game crashed 1 time. (micro machines)
SNES - 75% - Fairly good, starfox/star racer dont load and a few framerate issues and screen tearing with other games.
GB - 100%
GBC - 100%
GBA - 75% - Same as SNES, playable with some frame skip adjustments
Megadrive (Genesis depending on where you're from) - 75% - As above
CPS1 & CPS2 arcade system boards - 75% - As above
Sega Master System - n/a
The interface works fine using a PSP-esque menu. There is a system menu for every emulator, from here you can do pretty much all the tinkering you would want, such as fram skip options, save/load states, volume as well button config. It has L and R buttons for GBA/SNES games and the all the buttons you would expect from a SNES controller.
Again, below shows how small and pretty the damn thing is.
Can do basic mulitmedia stuff also but i dgaf about that so.
I bought mine 8 months ago from eBay, I love it, many of you will say "You could have done this on your PSP", and yes I could have, but there is something nice about having a system dedicated to these old games I used to play as a young'un.
Its a bit pricey, about 90 bucks, If you want to upgrade memorywise, (even though you probably wont need to) you can get micro SDs for pretty cheap.
There im done, I <3 my Dingoo and now you all know.