Fans of game consoles from the golden era of TV gaming machines have enjoyed great popularity in recent years and a series of official reboots of the stars of the past have reached the market. These so-called "classic" consoles follow the style of the originals, but under the hood they pack modern hardware with an emulator to play a selection of games from the ROM. Since they can do more with hacking than just the included emulator, people have been able to emulate completely different consoles with them. Even so, it's unexpected that a PlayStation emulator on a Super Nintendo Classic runs PlayStation games better than the same emulator built into Sony's own PlayStation Classic console.
The performance of [8 Bit Flashback] is achieved, though both machines have identical hardware specifications based on the Allwinner R1
Readers who have an eye for unusual consoles may remember another hybrid from Nintendo / Sony, the ill-fated SNES prototype of the early 1990s, with a CD-ROM called "PlayStation" ( or "Play Station") because it was sometimes referred to as styling between words a few years later.