The Pandora was originally only stated to have 128mb ram. the 256mb we're getting currently is more than enough. We're running Linux here, not windows. So keeping the ram usage down is quite simple. As for games needing more ram.... The PSP has what? 32mb and it hardly seems to suffer for it.
Just hold the svideo cable up to the ext port, and the ext port will sense it and transform into the correct socket. This works for a number of other cables such as Ethernet, HDMI and Parallel Printer. Amazing things they do with technology now days.
Considering the Pandora's like one of, if not the first device to use this specific chip. They're not going to can it, particularly when there's still demand for it.
Anyway. Big companies never have up to date websites.
Because it's the best well known and popular game we know has an incredibly high chance of being ported to the pandora.
Also 600mhz x86 does not equal 600mhz ARM cpu, designed to be cool compact and portable, not pump out raw performance. You can't really even compare x86 cpu's anymore either...
I remember back when you were talking about a possible September 08 release. But as long as you get there in the end. Not like big companies can ever keep their release dates anyway. We've waited this long, a little longer won't hurt.