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Pandora: The Opensource Console

Hey Gamers,

You may have never heard of the Pandora. It being a open source project. Designed by GP32x aficionados. Styled as both a portable computer and handheld game console. Thus giving it a huge range of uses especially when coupled with emulators, what exactly is in this Pandora’s Box? Apparently the Pandora is quite a powerful little machine and by little its really not much bigger than a Nintendo DS. Inside the Pandora you’ll find.

ARM® Cortex™-A8 600Mhz+ CPU running Linux
430-MHz TMS320C64x+™ DSP Core
PowerVR SGX OpenGL 2.0 ES compliant 3D hardware
800×480 4.3″ 16.7 million colours touchscreen LCD
Wifi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth & High Speed USB 2.0 Host
Dual SDHC card slots & SVideo TV output
Dual Analogue and Digital gaming controls
43 button QWERTY and numeric keypad
Around 10+ Hours battery life

For those of you not quite as technology adept.  Basically, its about as powerful as your modern netbook. But with the functionality of a handheld gaming console. It also has svideo jacks so you can hook it up to a larger screen if you cant stand those small screen sizes. You can find out more about the Pandora at the official website here.

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