The new PowKiddy RK2023 is a budget version of other RK3356 chipset devices that have released over the past year. At a starting price of $75 and the ability to play N64, Saturn, Dreamcast, and PSP with varying degrees of success, let’s do a deep-dive review and see if it’s a good fit for you.

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00:00 introduction
01:57 pricing and specs
03:16 unboxing and impressions
09:41 size and screen comparisons
14:20 teardown
15:11 stock OS experience
18:30 emulation performance
20:55 testing ArkOS
22:18 summary (likes and dislikes)
24:34 conclusion

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