MagicX XU10: Powkiddy launches new compact gaming console for less than $70 in three colors – notebookcheck.biz

Powkiddy sells the MagicX XU10 in three colors, each with a choice of 64 or 128 GB MicroSD cards.  (Image source: Powkiddy)Powkiddy sells the MagicX XU10 in three colors, each with a choice of 64 or 128 GB MicroSD cards. (Image source: Powkiddy)

The MagicX XU10 is another vertically oriented handheld based on a Rockchip RK3326S chipset. The MagicX

Alex Alderson, Published on October 22, 2023 πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Powkiddy has just unveiled a new affordable gaming handheld following the release of the X39 Pro last month. This time the company introduced the MagicX XU10, a vertically oriented device similar to the MagicX XU10 Powkiddy RGB20S. According to Retro Dodo, it has been confirmed that the MagicX XU10 is not made by Powkiddy, despite being advertised as such.

Instead, the MagicX XU10 is the work of an unnamed third party that Powkiddy sells on its website. Regardless, the gaming handheld is fairly derivative, with a Rockchip RK3326S driving a 3.5-inch display. For reference: the latter is based on a 640 x 480 pixel IPS panel; Powkiddy hasn’t confirmed any brightness or refresh rate details.

In addition, the MagicX According to Powkiddy, the gaming handheld has a 3,000mAh battery that is estimated to provide up to 8 hours of playtime between charges. At launch, Powkiddy is selling more of the MagicX. For more information, visit the Powkiddy website.

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Alex Alderson, 10/22/2023 (Update: 10/22/2023)