Lakka, also known as the DIY (Do It Yourself) retro emulation console, is in fact an open-source project that delivers a well-built GNU/Linux distribution forked from the LibreELEC project (previous was based on OpenELEC) to allow users to easily transform their computers or devices into gaming consoles to play retro games. Lakka is Powered by RetroArch. Besides the powerful Linux kernel and all the internals inherited from LibreELEC, the core technology behind Lakka is RetroArch, an open-source and cross-platform retro game emulator supporting numerous old-school gaming consoles. RetroArch features top-notch functionality like video streaming, Braid-like rewinding, and joypad hotplug.
MiQi is a credit-card-sized high performance computer which is powered by Rockchip RK3288,Integrates quad-core Cortex-A17(up to 1.8GHz) with separately Neon and FPU coprocessor , also shared 1MB L2 Cache. More than 32bits address will support up to 8GB access space. Powerful GPU is embedded to support smoothly high-resolution (3840×2160) display and mainstream game. Support OpenVG1.1, OpenGL ES1.1/2.0/3.0, OpenCL1.1, RenderScript and DirectX11 etc. Full-format video decoder, including 4Kx2K multi-format decoder.
Thanks to the efforts of the Lakka community, MIQI was finally supported in version 2.1.
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|Lakka 2.1 (rk3288)||Compiled by MQMaker|
|Lakka 2.1 (rk3288w)||Provided by Lakka Community|