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Discussion in 'Console & PC Gaming' started by Baggy Spandex, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. Baggy Spandex

    Baggy Spandex Active Member

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    It looks like a piece of junk !...

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    can you internet surf? and most open source games suck.
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    Baggy Spandex Active Member

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    It runs linux...
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    Have you got one ?... Looks to plastic if you know what i mean ?!..
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    so basically its a linux based laptop that has game buttons and not very good specs
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    well its not made to run anything like windows. Its simply on the class of something like gp2x. However it is way more powerful. It isnt made to do any amazing, spectacular, modern, modern video games, such as call of duty etc, etc. But rather things along the lines of emulating game consoles up to the day of the Sega Dreamcast. It is nothing more than a umpc-like device, with a shell similar to that of a DS. It however has been difficult for the developers to release it. At the time it was first announce it was insanely powerful, but it has taken so long to release that it is not as powerful as it once seemed. The community for developing for it is rather large however. For all those people who want to play classic games and hook em up to your tv, this is definitely for you. However people looking for total raw power in a small device, probably isnt the best device for them. I know im getting one. As silly as it may seem im getting my hands on one the second i can order for the second batch.

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