The OnePlus Open is the latest smartphone from OnePlus. It’s not only a smartphone, but a foldable smartphone. And at it’s 1:1 aspect ratio it looks flarkin amazing when playing old systems like Playstation 2 and Gamecube.
The successor to last year’s best Android handheld, AYN Odin Pro, is here. AYN Odin 2 Pro surpasses its predecessor in every aspect, and I’m looking forward to testing it in the coming days to provide a comprehensive review of my overall experience. Below, you can check out my unboxing and first impressions video of […]
In the video below you can check out Techcravers video of the gaming and emulation capabilites of the new Google Pixel 8 Pro. Pixel 8 Pro features Google’s latest Tensor G3 as its CPU.
Here is our guide on how to hack a Nintendo Switch OLED using a modchip. Using this method you will be able to install custom firmware and homebrews. I also go through how to install your game dumps.
Yesterday, the long-awaited AYANEO Pocket Air finally arrived, giving me the chance to experience an AYANEO product for the first time. In brief, it offers the most premium handheld gaming experience to date. Below, you’ll find my unboxing experience and initial thoughts on this remarkable device. The AYANEO Pocket Air immediately stands out with its […]
In my most recent video, I put the OnePlus Nord 3 to the test with gaming and emulation. Priced at $500 USD, this phone is deemed budget-friendly in a landscape where $1000 has established itself as the new norm for smartphones. The performance truly astonished me!
In this video I go through some of the perks of having a hacked PS Vita in 2023. This device is so much more now than it was 10 years ago and you should definetley consider one.
In this video we’re taking a closer look at the smallest handheld emulator yet. The Anbernic RG Nano has a vertical Gameboy inspired design, sporting a 1.5″ screen, FunKey OS, has an MP3 player and plays your games up to and including to PS1. This might just be the best TINY handheld we’ve seen in […]
In this video we take a close look at the similarities and differences of Anbernics vertical handheld emulators RG353V and the slightly cheaper RG353VS. Which one should you buy?