GKD Mini Plus Review: Expandable Mini Handheld

The new GKD Mini Plus is releasing soon, and so in this review we’ll take a look at a retail unit and see if it’s worth considering.

Buy one here: https://www.keepretro.com/products/gkd-mini-plus?aff=29
Anbernic RG353V: https://www.keepretro.com/products/rg353v-rg353vs-game-console?aff=29

JELOS ROM folder structure: https://github.com/JustEnoughLinuxOS/distribution/wiki/JELOS-emulators-and-game-engines

This was a review unit sent to me by KeepRetro.com. All opinions are my own, they did not see this review ahead of time, and no money was exchanged in any way.

00:00 introduction
01:18 pricing and specs
03:03 unboxing and impressions
08:14 comparison with other handhelds
10:39 software orientation
11:51 adding games
14:57 stock OS experience
17:21 game performance testing
22:35 summary (likes and dislikes)
24:56 conclusion

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