Hacking iSmartMM sample review

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ok so i found out that there is a sample review here that is being discussed

it already has a video codec support from the looks of it

it uses less battery running DS games according to the reviewer

it uses the same PCB as iPlayer (iPlayer clone w/ DS2 functionality)

I wonder though if the DS2 can use less battery while playing DS games if that could be an option to use a less cpu compared to useing the full cpu on emulators

http://www.ismartds.com/discussion/index.php?topic=20
 

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QUOTE said:
(iPlayer clone w/ DS2 functionality)
lol..I thought the exact same thing when I saw that
iplayer clone with nds support and the ismart name stamped on it

so it looks like
iSmart premium=EZ Flash clone
iSmart MM= iplayer clone

the only thing, that they came up with on their own is the iSmart name
 

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RoMee said:
QUOTE said:
(iPlayer clone w/ DS2 functionality)
lol..I thought the exact same thing when I saw that
iplayer clone with nds support and the ismart name stamped on it

so it looks like
iSmart premium=EZ Flash clone
iSmart MM= iplayer clone

the only thing, that they came up with on their own is the iSmart name

Well, judging by previous cards, maybe they'll open source it more so than other companies, which could be interesting.
 

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