The JXD S602 handheld gaming device runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) and is priced at a sweet $66.
The slick PSP clone also supports HDMI output - allowing users to play games on a big screen display.
As Brad Linder of Lilliputing notes, the built-in game buttons make the JXD S602 a great option for emulating classic video game consoles such as the NES, Game Boy Advance and even Sony Playstation.
The little device is powered by a 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor and features PowerVR SGX531 graphics, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, a microSD slot, WiFi and a 0.3MP camera.
Additional specs include a 2-point multitouch resistive touchscreen, along with a G-sensor, which lets users play touch-based games or titles designed to take advantage of motion controls.
The JXD S602 can also be used as a media player, as it is capable of handling MP3, WMA, FLAC and OGG audio files, as well as DivX, MP4, FLV and a variety of other video formats.
Of course, the JXD S60 isn’t the only handheld Android gaming console on the market.
Just recently, TG Daily covered the Droid X360, an Android 4.0 tablet/portable gaming console housed inside an enclosure that's a virtual dead ringer for the PS Vita.
The Vita clone is powered by the A10 Allwinner chipset, which boasts an ARM Cortex A8 CPU clocked at 1GHz and a single Mail-400 graphics core. The device also features 512 MB of RAM, 8 GB of storage space and a five-inch multitouch screen with a resolution of 800 x 480.
Additional specs include a VGA resolution front-facing camera, two-megapixel rear camera, micro USB port, HDMI output and a three hour 2800 mAh battery.