Regarding a case, I grabbed a generic soft-case for (I think) a DS. It was quite cheap and holds the Caanoo snugly, with a little internal pouch for a screen cloth and spare card.
I'd suggest taking your Caanoo to a game store and seeing what might fit. You'll find something.
Yeah you've discovered the one hardware bug with the caanoo. Every GP handheld had something they screwed up on, with the caanoo it's the plastic bezel that surrounds the screen. It slightly covers it!
How they released it like that I don't know, but like I said they did something to each and...
Sad news! But considering I still play my GP32blu+ and my GP2Xf100 I reckon I've got a good 8 or so years of fine retro gaming left on my Caanoo. To me it's the nicest unit out of GP/GPH so far. Only the bezel puts me off, and I've gotten used to that over time. The Caanoo really is a lovely...
What a great post! I agree, I've had GP handhelds back to my GP32 Blu+, and the Caanoo is the first one that betters that original unit.
It's wonderful, and I'm having a ball finding old gems of games on old gems of consoles. :)
Yes I agree, pretty much all emulators work at or close to 100%, except for SNES. This is common though - even on my PSP and my XBox SNES is not quite perfect.
The others we're eagerly waiting for are Amiga and C64. You'll find Ginge helps with some - it makes the Caanoo think it's a GP2X, so...
You've just got buyer's remorse, don't fret until you've got the thing in your hands and loaded with emulators.
I'm on my 3rd GP device (GP32blu+, GP2Xf100 and now Caanoo) and haven't regretted buying any of them.
In fact I spent some time last week 'cleaning up' my Caanoo (doing those emu...
Well it's awesome the way it is Ressy, so cheers mate!
But I for one would LOVE to see someone support the Sega SG1000/SC3000. I believe the earliest Master Systems were compatible.
The SC3000 sold by the bucket load in New Zealand and Australia. I bloody loved mine!