Has (to me and a good many others) a critical sound problem, but otherwise it's a damned amazing snes clone. The sound on it, speakers how it is wired or something gets some horrible buzzing/interference static much like an old tape deck would over old speakers hissing in the days. It's only out of the unit if you jack it into a TV then it is fine.
That said, it seems to run basically any game, though it is rumored that of the SA-1 chipped games only v1 releases work as some revised boards seem to hate the thing. DSP1-4, CX4, SDD1, and the other chips work as do any standard titles. Solid(amazingly so) screen, controls don't feel third party, can use 2 SNES controllers, and it has an ok battery(rechargeable at least) life. All around decent, but the sound is keeping me from jumping on it.
Billy Connolly - Statement of the Century
"If women are so bloody perfect at multitasking, how come they can't have a headache and sex at the same time ?"