Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th May 2009 23:20 UTC
Games Korean company GamePark Holdings have finally released the GP2x Wiz portable games console, the successor to the popular, but abruptly end-of-life'd, GP2x. What makes these portable devices special is that they run Linux, and are more or less aimed at the enthusiast and homebrew markets.
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Very Little info
by Machster on Fri 15th May 2009 14:51 UTC
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There seems to be little information available on the web. For instance, the stores that sell it do not give the screen resolution. I hope it is not 320*240. With its 500+Mhz engine it would be like putting a Ferrari engine in a VW beetle.

Also I assume this can play emulated games but I can't find any stated info this. How do they expect to sell it?

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RE: Very Little info
by Alleister on Fri 15th May 2009 19:37 in reply to "Very Little info"
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There are already a few emulators ready from the GP2x open source scene. Have a look at the community sites from the gp2x, they are already there to download.

And if you mean the rom images from the games... well they don't need to sell those as they are already around.

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RE: Very Little info
by spikeb on Sun 17th May 2009 20:00 in reply to "Very Little info"
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a ferrari engine in a vw beetle sounds sweet

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