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Dingoo A320 Handheld Gaming System Plays NES, SNES, Genesis, Gba, Neo-Geo and Capcom Arcade Games

by Paul Strauss

I’ve seen plenty of portable retro video game systems in my travels, but never one that attempts to cover as many bases as this one.


This Chinese import plays 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit titles from 7 different game platforms in one compact system. While it sports a less than thrilling name, the CVFH-N03-4G (aka the Dingoo A320) can play thousands of games from the NES, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Nintendo Gameboy Advance, SNK Neo-Geo consoles, as well as the CAPCOM CPS1 and CPS2 arcade systems. The system features a 2.8″ QVGA (320×240) display and can also output to your TV.


Now how you get game ROMs to play on the system is up to you, but once you do, you can load up the portable system with up to 4GB of games and other media files and can even play some Flash-based games. There’s also a mini-SDHC slot in case 4GB isn’t enough to whet your appetite for storage. In addition to retro games, the portable can play your audio and video files in a wide variety of formats. There’s also an FM tuner, voice recorder and e-book reader along for the ride in case you get bored with all of those classic games. Check out the video clip below to see one of these in action:

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The CVFH-N03-4G/Dingoo A320 multi-platform gaming handheld is available over at Chinavasion in both black and white versions for $87.31 (USD) each.

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Comments (12):

  1. james says:

    It’s available from Deal Extreme as well, although only in white. Unfortunately, not all of the emulators run at full speed, which makes it somewhat less desirable.

    • technabob says:

      So which ones work well, and which ones don’t? I saw some update files up on the Dingoo website so I thought those might help with some issues.

  2. hawken king says:

    What we need is a proper review by technabob!

    Not running the emulators properly offers little incentive to buy

  3. Emilio says:

    Does it play ngage games?

  4. MARIO says:

    I will present you may story in few words. Before about 3 mounts i bought this product [CVSET-A5401]. The devise worked 2 mouns properly and now the GPS stoped work. Now Chinavasion don’t want to change it, they are jast want me send them back for my expense (about 100euros) the fautly devise TO CHECK IT! They are THIEFS. From the begining this garbage cost me: device and transport about 300€, customs taxes and dutys 100€, fiting in the car 60€ and new TOMTOM6 software 85€, total about 550.00€.

  5. john says:

    currently the black one costs 82.80 at dealextreme including shipping: http://tinyurl.com/yfhwmdg
    and with dingux you can get better speeds at emulation: http://tinyurl.com/yha38qj (tutorial)
    white dingoo costs 83.91 shipped at dealextreme: http://tinyurl.com/yzzbjxh

    • John Caver says:

      I bought one of these from MJS Computer Services – it was only £69.99 and only took a day to arrive. I can highly recommend them.

  6. John Caver says:

    The web address for MJS Computers is http://www.mjscomputers.net/DingooA320.html

  7. derrick johnson says:

    what is this called and were can i get it

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