By Andrew Liszewski
The original Dingoo A320 Mini Game King was, for lack of a better description, a Game Boy Micro clone that was far more capable than Nintendo’s offering. While roughly the same size, it allowed you to play a variety of emulated ROMs as well as a pretty comprehensive list of multimedia formats, even on a larger display thanks to video-out capabilities. But details about the A320’s successor were recently posted on the GBAtemp forums, and in addition to a new design that makes it look more like a miniature PSP, the A330 includes a 2.4 GHz radio receiver allowing it to work with wireless game controllers.
The inclusion of wireless controller support makes a bit more sense given the A330 can be connected to an external display, but there’s nothing stopping you from using it while squinting at the handheld’s 2-3 inch, 320×240 LCD display. ROM support appears to include GBA, SNES, NES, Mega Drive, Neo Geo, CPS1, CPS2, Lynx, GBC and Sega Master System titles, while multimedia support includes RMVB, RM, AVI, WMV, FLV, MPEG, DAT, MP4, ASF as well as MP3, WMA and FLAC files on the audio side. There’s no word on pricing or availability just yet, but the A320 sold for about $80-85, so I suspect the A330 will be similarly priced.