Enthusiast Launches Nintendo 64 and PSP Emulators on $10 Calculator


The author of the YouTube channel Taki Udon shared a video in which he managed to run a number of retroconsole emulators on the cheapest calculator.

It should be noted right away that we are not talking about an ordinary calculator, the blogger purchased a gadget from the Bangladeshi company GHLBD. This device is unique in that it is equipped with a touch LCD display and runs on Android 9.

Out of the box, GHLBD really works like the simplest calculator (it doesn’t even come with engineering features). As it turned out, they are assembled from used components taken from old tablets. Inside is a motherboard with a 32-bit quad-core Allwinner A50 processor and 1 GB of RAM.

First, the blogger unlocked developer mode in Android, and then he installed the necessary emulators. Alas, the physical buttons of the calculator did not work in applications, so the enthusiast had to connect a wireless gamepad via Bluetooth. Yes, this calculator has both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, but by default they are inactive. Interestingly, under the cover of the case there is a slot for microSD cards, but it also does not work.

The video above shows GHLBD working with NES, N64, Dreamcast and PSP games. Unfortunately, we could not find such a calculator on Chinese sites.

Source: iGuides.ru by www.iguides.ru.

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