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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Vidboy10, Dec 9, 2009.
Finally, can't w8 till they go on sale
great progrees, thnx for the update
Took them long enough. It's been like what? - 1 year since they first promised they would've released it?
looks cheaply made
and lol at the DS look when closed
even took the embossed logo
when it's good, then I know what to get for my birthday
Try more like two years. It's been a year since they allowed people to preorder, and people were gullible enough to do so.
This news doesn't seem to change things and get anything into the hands of customers, so it's still vaporware at this point.
On the good side though, I was able to get the cash back from my preorder without any problems at all.
You were one of those couple thousand? I'm glad you got it back.
Personally my rule is I don't put down money for a product that hasn't 'materialized' and can't be found on a shelf or be in the mail the next day.
i think it was pandora battery lol XD
Wait so...is this just a really extensive hardmod?
It seems like it replaces the main firmware of the DS and adds two SD card slots and a shit load of buttons.
Unless they're having people send in their DSs for installation, I can see alot of people not being able to install this 0.0
No, Think of this device as a extremely small laptop, the device comes with the companies own Linux Distribution, Two SD Slots, a full keyboard, it's to be called the best Homebrew system
There are also previews of the OS.
Pandora - Prerelease OS Snippet 1
Pandora - Prerelease OS Snippet 2
going to get when its released.
How much will this cost roughly?
Wait....What is this exactly? A DS mod? New handheld computer? Psp mod?
Read the topic before posting...
Looks nice! I might get one and pretend it's just another handheld.
last time i checked it was like 330 dollars , i guess ( but it worths it)
The internal hardware of this is comparable to a overclockable iPhone 3GS/Pre/Droid. Except it has a lot more stuff in it - dual SDHC, USB ports, etc. This shows promise - port ChromeOS to this and you've got a very portable ARM netbook, and there's tons of emulators in development (up to PS1/N64 era) for it.