The GP hasn´t a dedicated soundchip at all.About the sound chip; Have you chosen one yet?
www.analog.com has a lot of chips, but I don't think they're vey cheap...
Anyway, IMO the sound chip shouldn't be too bad (like the GP32's...), as good sound quality really adds another dimension to the games...
P.S. The sound chip of the GP probably isn't at all bad for being made in 2001, but including it in a new console would be quite low...
How about adding a tiny touchpad like the ones you have on your laptop? I don't know how much they cost but you can buy them pre-fab with controller etc. It could be a
Ah, ok. Any opinions on the other thing I said (about the soundchip)?The GP hasn´t a dedicated soundchip at all.
I'm very very excited with this fANtAstIc idea (a GP32 but more powerFULL).
Full Amiga 500 emulation will be posible & a lot of another things
Good Luck Mr. Mirko & Team with this fantastic project wich I am sure that it will be obtained & I'm Sure finally buy this console.
You can see the pin layout in the pdf at chapter,
Table 1-2 S3c2440x 289-Pin FBGA Pin Assignments (Sheet 1 of 9) until page 9
I like how you have split the pins up into there peripheral sections - will make things much easier to find when doing the schematic. I've never thought of doing them that way before.