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Gamepark Announces A Miniature Handheld Gaming Unit: Hopefully Open-Source


I raved about the $179 Gamepark GP2X open-source gaming unit and its ability to play many classic games last month. It looks like Gamepark is planning a couple of sequels, including this tiny $150 XGP Mini. Like its older brother, it sports 64MB flash memory, an SD card slot, and a 320 x 240 color LCD. The internal RAM is cut down to 32MB, which will definitely have an impact on compatibility with the rest of the family (if that is the plan). Let's hope this little monster is also released as an open-source unit.

Gamepark XGP Mini stuff and fluff (via Engadget)


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