Gamepark GPX2-F100 Linux Gamer
Korean handheld vendor Gamepark has announced a new portable game and media player that will run on embedded Linux. The GPX2-F100 will sport a sleek and modern look, support for both native and emulated games and features what appears to be a clever drop bumper along the bottom of the unit. From LinuxDevices…
The new GPX2-F100 has dual ARM9 cores, according to Gamepark, along with 64MB of NAND Flash and 32MB of RAM. Its 3.5-inch QVGA (320×240) TFT LCD supports 170K colors. Hardware controls include a fourway controller on the right and a small thumb joystick on the left. I/O ports include a stereo headphone port and a USB 2.0 client port that Gamepark says supports 500Mbps file transfers (about 62MB/sec). The device also includes a top-mounted SD card slot.
A Linux SDK for developers will be available when the device ships and the GPX2-F100’s Linux environment will enable the running of a variety of game emulators, including MAME, SNES, Genesis, and PC Engine.
No indication from Gamepark in regards to shipping date or pricing at this point.