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The Odin Lite looks like it could be the one to get if you want a good emulation system at a decent price.


After almost a year of waiting, the Odin Lite is finally shipping out to backers. In this video, we do an in-depth review of the Odin Lite's thermal performance, emulation ability, and hardware features.
-Odin Lite Specs-
CPU: Dimensity 900
GPU: Mali G68 MC4
RAM: 4GB LPDDR4x
Storage: 64GB UFS 2.1
Battery: 6600 mAh
Display: 5.98 inch IPS 1920x1080
Network: Wi-Fi 6 / 4G Data
Bluetooth: 5.2
OS: Android 11

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00:00 Introduction
00:47 1. AYANEO Air
02:05 2. Evercade EXP
03:06 3. KT-R1C
04:15 4. AYANEO Flip
05:05 5. AYN Loki
06:38 6. Miyoo P60
07:34 7. Retroid Pocket 3
09:08 8. Creoqode Lrya
10:20 9. Powkiddy Windows Handheld
11:28 10. AYANEO Next 2
13:17 11. AOKZOE A1
14:24 12. Miyoo Mini Horizontal

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The AYA NEO Air is a brand new handheld that's lightweight, small and has an OLED display. With a Ryzen 5560U, 16gb RAM and a 512Gb SSD it packs a punch - but does it compare to the Valve Steam Deck ? In this episode we take a closer look at how well it performs and why I think its the best handheld system for emulation you can buy today.

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