The new AYANEO Pocket Air is the company’s first Android-based device, and provides some very excellent features at a surprisingly competitive price. In this deep-dive review we’ll take a look at its hardware, software experience, and gaming performance for both emulation and Android games.
01:04 specs and pricing
03:23 unboxing and impressions
04:04 analog sticks and d-pad
07:07 other controls and I/O
10:28 audio and screen testing
13:25 size and weight comparisons
16:22 software experience
21:01 retro game emulation
23:08 DS, PSP, and 3DS
24:58 Sega Saturn
26:31 GameCube, Wii, and PS2
32:16 Switch emulation
34:03 Android games and streaming
36:02 summary (likes and dislikes)
38:25 should you buy the Pocket Air?
This was a review unit sent to me by the manufacturer. All opinions are my own, they did not see this review ahead of time, and no money was exchanged in any way.
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