Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 14th Nov 2005 08:47 UTC
Multimedia, AV We were pleasantly surprised when we discovered (by snooping on its firmware files) that the Pontis MX2020 multimedia device that Geeks.com sent us for a review actually uses Linux (embedded distribution uCLinux, kernel 2.4.19). If it's video, audio, pictures, recording or even basic PDA functionality via its touch screen, the Pontis MX2020 can do it all. And for very cheap too.
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Humm!
by Sauron on Mon 14th Nov 2005 09:58 UTC
Sauron
Member since:
2005-08-02

Apart from the minor niggles the author mentions there is no ogg support. Think i`ll still go for the GP2X!

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RE: Humm!
by Eugenia on Mon 14th Nov 2005 10:02 in reply to "Humm!"
Eugenia Member since:
2005-06-28

Huh??? Ogg is supported just fine! With or without firmware upgrade.

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RE[2]: Humm!
by mlmurray on Mon 14th Nov 2005 19:22 in reply to "RE: Humm!"
mlmurray Member since:
2005-07-24

Huh??? Ogg is supported just fine! With or without firmware upgrade.

I hope you are right about that, but I didn't see ogg in any of the literature or technical specs. Where is this listed?

EDIT: Okay. Next time I'll be sure to RTFA before I open my mouth (keyboard)! Sorry - It's right there in the article - duh!!

Edited 2005-11-14 19:28

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RE: Humm!
by mlmurray on Mon 14th Nov 2005 19:25 in reply to "Humm!"
mlmurray Member since:
2005-07-24

Apart from the minor niggles the author mentions there is no ogg support. Think i`ll still go for the GP2X!

I'm wondering why this post had a score of -2 (I had to adjust the settings to view it, then I voted it back up).

You people do realize the word "niggles" is not a "bad word", don't you?

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