CPUDual CPU Cores
ARM920T : Host processor
ARM940T : Video Coprocessor
NAND Flash Memory64MB
Dimension 143.6mm* 82.9mm*34mm
Connection Type2.0 high speed
Display3.5" TFT LCD
Video file MPEG, MPEG4, Dvix 3.11,4x,5x, XVID, WMV Playback,
Audio file MP3,OGG,WMA
Resolution MAX 720*480
Frame Rate Max 30 fps
Bit Rate Video Max: 1178 Kbps
Audio Max: 384Kbps
No. Channels Stereo(L+R)
Frequency Rate 20Hz~20KHz
Bit rate sampling 16bit/8~48KHz
Equalizer Normal, Classic, Rock, Jazz, Pop
Additional Function e-book, game, electronic dictionary
JPG, BMP, PCX, GIF
Video Approx. 8 hours
Audio Approx. 14hours
note: all info stolen from http://www.gpx2.com/ :)
Last edited by Evangelion-01; 07-27-2005 at 06:51 PM.
Shame they have decided to use AA batteries and not Lith-Ion. And I hope the game support is better for this one than the 32 as well.
Is this the GP32's successor? If so, it's looking good :).
That thing looks so cool!
EDIT: OMFG, GOTTA GET ONE NOWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Originally Posted by GPx2.com
Last edited by Mr. Casual; 07-27-2005 at 07:40 PM.
holy hell.....................I WANT ONE SO BAD...nice system looks wise.......i wonder if the d-pad is anything like the ngpc..
it looks overall really decent for emulation and the little stick looks awesome too, but the 2x AA... thats kinda bad... i dont want to buy batteries :\
But the real question (at least for me) is is it backwords compatible with the GP32?
This system looks very, VERY impressive.
I guess we'll have to wait for more info, though, on whether emulation actually works on it, and... well, if it really DOES come out. I've seen too many good consoles go vapour, at least in terms of portables.
It does look insanely sweet, though.
Man, Im sold if it can emulate SNES. I can play Translated Japanese ROMS on it all day! Wonder how much it will be?
Emulation will be fine on it ! This is from the official site !!
"Enjoy Games with GPX2 now!
CPU which has 2D accelerator enables you enjoy games anytime anywhere. Meet the exclusive GPX2 games along with abundant emulators such as MAME, SNES, Genesis, PC Engine etc "
Very odd how they support emulation :p
Yep, they're going to get sued by a lot of gaming companies, as many as they named...
Last edited by Mr. Casual; 07-28-2005 at 02:30 AM.
if its cheap and supports emulation "fast...", i guess i'll just buy it and update my psp :)
How much money, Maximum, would you pay for it?
For a 100% perfect EMU compatable machine of anything up to Neo Geo I'd pay a nice 15'000 yen ! I don't need original games as long as EMU is fine. I just recently bought two 512 MB SD cards as well for my phone so that I can watch movies and listen to music on the move so I could use the ither in this machine :)
they said it would be alot cheaper than the gp32 blue, which is about 200euros? "correct me if i am wrong" so 150/200 is doable.
Hmm, I may think about getting one. I mostly game on the move using my phone (really in to Valis at the moment) since portable consoles just don't do anything for me but if the GPX2 is movie, MP3 and emulation compatable then it may just steal my phones place thanks to the bigger screen :)
I'm so buying one of these if the price is around the $150 mark.
i dont think we'll see them get sued as much as you think, of course, game park will just say that they support the emulators and open source roms only......i wonder if the linux its running is anything like redhat, or knoppix....that would be awesome.......is their anything about a north american release, every time i go to the site is screws up my ie...