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    Md Best handheld for emulation

    Hello wonderful people!
    Was wondering if anyone has got or used a Blaze tab, GPDxd or a JX D handheld and which one they'd recommend?
    I'm looking to play PC engine, megadrive, Snes, Sega cd ( if possible ), ps1 and if possible dreamcast, but dreamcast not as important as I own one.
    Please help I'm struggling with my decision. All three seem great unless there's another I've not heard about.
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    I'm not sure if it'll do Dreamcast (doubt it) but I've seen people get pretty good results with a PSP. I don't know if any specific model PSP is better than the other though for emulation, or if there is any difference. Been forever since I've messed with them. I do know for a fact they'll emulate PS1 just fine
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    A PSP 2k model (Slim) is the best device, however their is no real Dreamcast emulator for PSP, NullDC has a port but is pretty trash, but it will do everything else. 2K has the upper hand over the original phat due to slightly more ram & a slightly higher CPU clock which fares well for emulation.

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    It's impossible to emulate Dreamcast on the PSP because the PSP can't handle it also is emulation stuff even allowed on here?

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