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Pandora Console at Mass Production

Busshy (907448) writes | more than 4 years ago

Handhelds 0

Busshy (907448) writes "The Pandora Console was announced late last year. Sadly they hit one snag after another first with Banks playing up and then the usual manufacturing problems but now they are at Mass Production stage and the Worlds most powerful open source Linux based Handheld is at Mass Production Stage and its looking awesome. The build quality in the video is right up there with the likes of consoles from Nintendo and Sony. The Console thanks to the excellent homebrew community will have the usual fullspeed Snes, Nes, Genesis, 32X, GBA and PSX emulators but what makes it more special and the real eye opener is that Nintendo 64 and Dreamcast Emulation are for the first time available on an handheld, infact i was told today that F-Zero X, 1080 Snowboarding, Starfox 64, Mario Kart 64, Super Mario 64 are all at full speed and the Dreamcast Emulator will make jaws drop.The Console will ship shortly after Xmas"
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