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JinXing Digital CO.Ltd
Electronics Manufacturer
Industry Android Entertainment
Headquarters Shenzhen, China
Number of locations
North America, South America, Western Europe,Eastern Europe, Eastern Asia, Southeast Asia, Mid East, Africa, Oceania
Products Tablet PC, Game Consoles, MP3, MP4 players and other electronics
Services OEM Service Offered (Contract Manufacturing)
Revenue US$2.5 Million - US$5 Million
Number of employees
101 - 200 People
Website www.jxd.hk

JinXing Digital CO.Ltd (commonly referred to as JXD, Chinese: 金星电子有限公司) is a manufacturer of consumer electronics based in Shenzhen, China.[1]

In 2005, the company started manufacturing of flash MP4 players, HD MP4 and PMPs.[2]

Like a lot of other mushrooming Chinese companies producing digital products, JXD manufactures mobile phones, mobile TV devices and other devices. Most of their PMPs support NES Games in BIN Format[3]

JXD's first product to garner interest from retro gamers was the JXD 301, which had a blackfin 533 MHz processor and could emulate a wide variety of retro consoles in a handheld format.[4][5]


Established in 1995, Jinxing Digital Co. Ltd is a professional and specialized manufacturer of MP3 players and other electronic products. Tablets processors run on A10 and A13.

Android products[edit]

JXD produce a range of Android tablets which appear to be gaming consoles.[6] They have described as PlayStation Vita and PlayStation Portable knock-offs.[7]

JXD started manufacturing tablets & gaming handhelds running on the Android OS in 2011. They are one of the first manufacturers to release an Android 4.0 firmware (Ice Cream Sandwich) for their tablets.




  • JXD T9006
  • JXD P3000G
  • JXD T9002
  • JXD T9000
  • JXD T8009
  • JXD T9003
  • JXD T7000
  • JXD T7001
  • JXD T8000L
  • JXD P300G
  • JXD P3000L
  • JXD P2000L
  • JXD P200G
  • JXD P300R
  • JXD P3000F
  • JXD P3000S
  • JXD P861
  • JXD P863
  • JXD S7800B


See also[edit]


  1. ^ JXD Official Company Website
  2. ^ JXD Official Company Website company's history page
  3. ^ JXD Official Company Website products page
  4. ^ JXD 301 Review. mympxplayer.org. Retrieved 9 August 2013.
  5. ^ JXD 301 now available in US at GP2xStore.com. thegadgetsite. Retrieved 9 August 2013.
  6. ^ "JXD launches S5110b Android gaming tablet with dual-core Amlogic CPU". liliputing.com. June 18, 2013. Retrieved 9 August 2013. 
  7. ^ Damien McFerran (2 February 2013). "Wii U GamePad Android knock-off review". eurogamer.net. Retrieved 9 August 2013. 

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