JXD S192 Singularity Android Game Console looks like it actually has the chops

In these frigid times, the worst and driest Chinese console winter of recent memory, one would be forgiven for losing all hope of ever playing with a handheld in the sun again. Better to buy a PS4 and become a GTA V in mom's basement.  Nothing else required.

But then, this protocell comes oozing out of the JXD skunkworks, festering into evolved multilife and bridging the epochs of 2012 and 2015 in a single generational jump.  As usual, for something not quite released, it is stunning on paper:

Size Weight
length: 274.1mm
width: 143.6mm
thickness: 53.3mm
colour: black

MaterialFull HD Retina display
Size7 inches (diagonal)
Resolution1920*1200 323ppi
CPUNVIDIA Tegra K1 quad core, 2.0GHz ARM Cortex-A15
GPUNVIDIA Kepler GPU, 192 CUDA cores
Flash memory16GB support ; Micro SD (TF) UP TO 128GB
Game Supporting
Android GameNvidia special effect android games
Nvidia Tegra K1 chips Exclusive Games
Google PlaySupport
WLANsupports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz;802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
BluetoothBluetooth 4.0
Rear cameraRear 13MP zoom camera
Front camera5MP
Video1080p (1920x1080) HD video recording
Capacity10000mAh Lithium-ion Polymer Battery
Gravity sensorYes
Drool worthy aspects for me (yep, I'm repeating, but if you don't like it, go visit that other dingoo site (hah, gotcha, didn't I?):

  • Some insanely powerful Nvidia Chip - not a Rocky, not an Amlogic - we're looking here at the  Tegra K1: an Xbox 360 only leeeeetle!
  • 1920*1200 323ppi screen, so even when this baby disappoints because upscaled Mr Do! just somehow don't seem right, you can still happily use the darn thing to watch xVids!
  • Look at those sexy dual analogs, dpad, xbox inspired buttons and the shoulders!
  • An f2.0 camera lens.  In a little known (albeit better known) Chinese product of this kind, this is nothing short of miraculous.  f2.0!

And it's spawned this, the ultimate commercial, titled, really, "Crazy Finger Joy":

You really need to see it to believe it. Go back and click play. Now.

You can actually order one too: here and here! Indulge and report back please!

Or just go here to whine about the price: http://boards.dingoonity.org/jxd-devices/jxd-s192/ , or to discover pretty graphs like this one:


  1. In the commercial is shown the heatsink is right below the screen, which probably means the screen will get burnt after some heavy playing (as LCD displays really love direct heat).

    My bad experiences with the GPD g5a (one model with inplayablely innacurate joysticks and another one with serious chipset issues) makes me very cautious about this kind of devices.

    I'll stick with my nubia phone and my ipega 9021 gamepad.

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  3. @Serougy LLC I have a question.

    Why would I want to purchase your console over one like the GCW-Zero or the Nvidia Shield?


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