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This $66 PSP clone runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich

The handheld gaming device runs (ICS) and is priced at a sweet $66.

The slick 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 , 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.

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