Mitashi GameIn ThunderPro Review: Hadouken!
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Mitashi GameIn ThunderPro Review: Hadouken!

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Siddhant Sharma   Jan 16, 2015

Verdict

Mitashi has made a good effort with the GameIn ThunderPro. It is able to combine Android gaming and 8/16/32/64-bit console gaming. The 5-inch screen is bright and the gaming experience with the two analogue sticks left us impressed.

Mitashi GameIn ThunderPro detailed review

Introduction

The ThunderPro is a new entrant in Mitashi’s GameIn series of handheld consoles and its design is quite a departure from the previous devices in the range. While we were not particularly left impressed by the older models, the ThunderPro manages to upstage them and grab our attention especially with its superior build quality and battery life. This time around, Mitashi managed to include two proper full size analog sticks coupled with extra shoulder buttons. The 5-inch screen, however, isn’t very bright when compared to smartphone screens of today. We weren’t too impressed with the colour saturation and vertical viewing angles either. However, the latter doesn’t matter allthat much for small screen sizes.

Although the specifications of the ThunderPro are pretty standard for a device at this price, its real world performance is decent. We didn’t see any lag while performing regular operations or browsing on it. Gaming was smooth too, something that didn’t necessarily hold true for its predecessors. The ThunderPro shines the most in gaming using emulators and Mitashi has pre-installed emulators with popular games for almost every classic game console available. Playing 8/16/32/64-bit games on the ThunderPro is a good experience thanks to the physical buttons.

The device has two speakers at the front that are quite loud. As for playing normal Android games, the console has an inbuilt virtual button mapping app that resides on the action bar for easy access. All in all, the ThunderPro is big improvement.

Specifications
Processor: Cortex A9 1.6GHz
RAM: 1GB
GPU: Mali-400 MP
OS: Android 4.4
Battery: 3500 mAh
Screen Size: 5 inch TFT
Resolution: 800x480
Camera: Yes
3G Support: Yes
Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Output: HDMI
In-built Memory: 8GB (expandable upto 32GB via MicroSD Card)

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