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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Joe88, May 28, 2010.
When I saw pics I thought it was huge! Like a combo between the DSi XL and Phat... but bigger. NOw from what Ive seen its about the same size as teh Phat.
I likey! I just hope they will be able to do NDS emulation on it (Yea yea I know if id read the specs its not possible maybe but someone will ask eventually... and if its the first post people will see it sooner! )
Hello MENUdo port!
lol anyways good for those who ordered it long ago
I'd get one, but if that Turkish website was correct, they're $330! No thanks, I'll get a netbook at that price.
I said the exact same thing earlier
http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=229066&hl= Already Posted
I know in production and actually arriving are two different things, but is it worth a new topic?
with 1 screen? fail
Flip it on the side and you get one touch screen that can be split in 2 to make emulate a DS
lol. *squints eyes* "I think hes charging?.....FUUUUUUU. I;m dead."
wow that is really small, i think i am interested again....
It's great to see an ancient concept materialise.
It sucks seeing the price.
$330? fuck might as well buy an ipad
it took so long, now it is an outdate peice of junk! But hey it someone gets android 2.2 ported over, so i can use flash games on facebook, I'll bite and get it. If not, they lost a would be costummer
It still has better specs than most Android tablets out there.
Yes, or at least I would've thought so.
And it looks good, although I may still not get one. Not right now, anyway.
omg that thing is orgasmic... what is the latest console it can emulate?
The Pandora - Previously impressive hardware which at the time was thought to be sold at a great price, but due to massive "delays" it is now nothing more than a decent enough device with a rather high price tag.
m'yes, now back on topic
Seriously, $330 for something which is already outdated?
I was electrified by the thought of having good Amiga emulation on the go, but with that price tag... No thanks
If they were $199... well, that'd been different.
I agree that it has outdated specs, but its still a unique machine in that it has real controls and a keyboard. And apart from that, it is truly an open device. I'm not sure if I would get one though given the fact that it comes from a small group of people and that if anything happens (like dropping it), there's not much I can do. I may get a PSP instead some time.
Wow, last time I saw something of Pandora, it still was (or at least looked to be) as big as a laptop! I never thought it would be about the size of a DSi. I would get one, if only production didn't take that long and they didn't cost as much. I can probably do everything it does, and more, with my netbook that I got cheaper than that