Gamepark GPX2-F100



Okay, I just saw a review of a new tech toy and feel compelled to mention it. Partly, because it fits in the neat stuff area and partly out of being impressed at devices packing more and better features into the same or less space. For starters, Linuxdevices.com has featured this gadget because it’s based on linux, which I find interesting from a technical point of view. There are other neat features though.

It’s basically a portable gaming device AND media player. The device will have 320×240 lcd screen capable of 170,000 colors, stereo headphone out and usb client port. It runs on 2 AA batteries with a claimed battery life of 8 hours playing videos and 14 hours playing music (with LCD off). It also has an SD slot. A software development kit is planned as well to assist with porting software to the device.

Video playback includes MPEG, MPEG4, DIVX, WMV and XVID formats at up to 30 frames per second (720*480) Audio playback of WMA, MP3 and OGG formats. It also sports photo display features, and has an electronic dictionary.

No release date has been announced (or price apparently), but an earlier model, the GP32 sells for under $200.

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