Help - Search - Members - Calendar
Full Version: Linux Based Psp Alternative?
OESF Forums > General Forums > General Support and Discussion > General Discussion
rollfaster
Check out this, it was on Digg's rss feed:

http://www.realtechnews.com/posts/2387

Looks like a pretty cool little device.

Seems like nobody knows of the emulation capabilities of our fair Z's. But the article says dual core processor for a linux handheld? Maybe something to look into...

Chris
rollfaster
I checked out the product website (importer) and it looks good. Sounds like the specs of a Z, maybe a better proc, and all emulators are SDL based, go fig. Go check it out and let me know what you think.

http://www.lik-sang.com/info.php?category=...28&lsaid=560852


Cool stuff.

Chris.
Ragnorok
- I haven't seen what the processor speed is on this thing, though it does look like a nice feature set for a low price.
- Personally I'd gladly pay twice that for CF as well as SD, plus built-in WiFi, at least twice the Flash, at least twice the RAM, & at least a 4" display. Three times that if the display were over 4" at 800x600, and it had a slide-out keyboard, or a clamshell design.
- Definitely an interesting unit, if nothing else.
kahm
QUOTE(Ragnorok @ Dec 30 2005, 10:31 PM)
- I haven't seen what the processor speed is on this thing, though it does look like a nice feature set for a low price.
- Personally I'd gladly pay twice that for CF as well as SD, plus built-in WiFi, at least twice the Flash, at least twice the RAM, & at least a 4" display.  Three times that if the display were over 4" at 800x600, and it had a slide-out keyboard, or a clamshell design.
- Definitely an interesting unit, if nothing else.
*


But 3x that price is only the cost of a 3100 smile.gif
bam
so the emu's are already preinstalled?
if yes, ten what emu's are included?
Tom61
There's already a thread about this. http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=14098&hl=gpx2
speculatrix
Since the last time this was discussed on OESF, I haven't seen any leap forwards that make me want to rush out and buy - in fact, the PSP despite being more expensive would more likely get my money, provided I could get one which had the hackable ROM image (wlan with WPA is a key feature).

I'm still hoping a C3200 will appear with built-in bluetooth or wlan one day.
This is a "lo-fi" version of our main content. To view the full version with more information, formatting and images, please click here.
Invision Power Board © 2001-2014 Invision Power Services, Inc.