Stop complaining ....x68000 posted on Aug 17 2005 at 05:59 PM said:it still wont be as powerful as a psp and it still has a crappy screen - so it is still as pointless as ever!! and it is (in prototype form) the ugliest, cheapest and nastiest handheld ever seen.C B Felterbush posted on Aug 17 2005 at 07:29 PM said:After reading all the posts, this is as good a place as any. The number pad is designed for use with a USB camera and will allow for a live feed video conference type chat program. It will also be used for quick key features.
The ARM920T is being ousted and replaced with the new ARM1020E. The new Processors feature list.
32/16-bit RISC architecture (ARMv5TE)
32-bit ARM instruction set for maximum performance and flexibility
16-bit Thumb instruction set for increased code density
DSP instruction extensions and single cycle MAC
Instruction and data caches: ARM1020E = 32K/32K, ARM1022E 16K/16K
Individual lockable cache/MMU entries
ARM and Thumb instruction sets, including fixed-point DSP extensions
64-bit high-bandwidth internal bus architecture with multiple execution units
Advanced energy saving power-down modes to address static leakage currents
Dual 64-bit AMBA bus-compliant AHB interfaces
Optional VFP10 vector floating point coprocessor
Optional ETM10 embedded trace macrocell for non-intrusive real-time debug
Also as an addition we are implementing a new low gloss midnight black
Finish that is fingerprint resistant.
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