I’ve upgraded from a Retropie rPi3 build; 64GB microSD, used to connect my XBO controller to it. Fun times, until I’ve expanded into 8bitdo.
Recently acquired the SN30 Pro+ at a Best Buy, and with that, the wireless dongle. The dongle is great for Switch, allowing use of Xbox and PlayStation controllers on it, but my main use was on the Pi3, so I could see how latent inputs were. For some odd reason, the system was being tediously slow, so I said, “Screw it, get a Pi4”.
My Pi4 has a 200GB Sandisk Ultra installed. My original intent was to use an 8GB card with either a 64 or 128GB USB3 stick, but with the 8bitdo installed, I’d have no room for anything else. So I’m going to shove everything under /storage.
At this time, I’m using a 27" Acer gaming monitor, capable of 1080p144. I highly doubt the Pi can make it past 60, but whatever.
Sure, I can emulate many things under Windows, but it’s the portability of a Pi that counts.