Michael Weston has uploaded a video of the Pandora handheld gaming system, which combines an open-source OS with a powerful ARM Cortex A-8 CPU and a PowerVR SGX GPU. While it’s not going to put a dent in Nintendo’s market share, it’s an interesting look at the potential future of handheld gaming. Pandora is a potent portable that also lets you tackle basic computing needs. Check out the video after the break!
Let me know what you think of Pandora when you a moment.
3 thoughts on “Pandora Open Source Handheld Gaming System Video”
Video doesn't play at work, so I'll have to run off of just the photo.
At first look, it looks kinda bulky. I don't know how it compares to the DS in size, but that looks like an awful lot of buttons. I am going to have to deal with all of those… and a stylus?
And why is that Penguin staring at me? *taps on screen* Yeah I see you there. Don't think you can hide Penguino!
hmm, bulky and the os seems to be very slow while navigating, Especially if you have to use the stylus. I can't see this as a convenient machine for that but the thought of all my Atari, NES, SNES, and Genesis/Master System games on one portable sounds pretty nice. I think it would be a nightmare navigating to the game I'd like to play though.
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