GCW-ZERO is a very versatile gaming console
What is the disadvantage of have portable gaming consoles and consoles in General? They have limited capabilities. Console support or the typical games that are specially available for this console, or emulate some consoles (reproduce games on SEGA, PS, Dreamcast, Nintendo), or work under Android. No versatility, which will allow you to run anything at all. Even more offensive that there is no way to run at least the old DOS games, but sometimes you want to go old igrulki!
GCW-ZERO will allow you to run whatever you want, of course, if it will be enough system requirements. NES, SNES, GBA, Sega and PlayStation games on your PC! However, this is not a complete list of supported platforms, if desired, and direct the hands, you can even game on the second PS to run. In the console, completely open source code that it runs on Linux 3.x (OpenDingux). To hell with touch devices — back to basics. Devaysa quite easy to control: responsive D-Pad, analog joystick, two buttons shiftof and control the tilt of the console.
In addition, the console is powerful enough device processor with a clock frequency of 1 GHz and 512 MB of RAM, and that means you can run quite a lot oldovyh toys. For the second Fallout is exactly enough! For the picky there is support for OpenGL ES 2.0.
Important: the console does not have installed applications. It is completely open for installation, creation and programming shell, its tricky to master man, who had never picked up anything like that. Experienced Linux users and programmers will understand at once, but someone better read and Google: you can spoil all the fun.
In the console, a 3.5-inch LCD display with a resolution of 320×240 pixels, aspect ratio 4:3. 16 GB personal memory, most of which is available for apps and data, but you can increase the flash drives though up to 64 GB. Battery: 2800 mAh. There is Wi-fi and a microphone. Console weight — 220 grams.
The cost of the GCW-ZERO — $ 150.