We are sure that the folks that love to do some gaming-on-the-go have waited for a long time for this. For those who don’t know about Pandora, it is a portable gaming console that runs Ångström Linux; sports a 4.3-inch WVGA display and is powered by ARM Cortex A8 CPU. It comes with 512MB of storage, two, yeah, two SD slots, TV output jack, USB OTG and a USB host.
Battery life is phenomenal – 10 hours! If you want one, you gotta be quick as only 4000 units are being made right now.
Pandora netbook is powered by OMAP based processor which means it runs Linux operating system. If you want to place you order, head over to the official website.
Update – The first devices off the production started shipping on 9th March 2012.
While the specifications really do not look good on paper, keep in mind that this netbook is only meant for doing little web surfing and some office editing here and there.
If you are looking for real powerful performance, you should look at Sony’s UX lineup or something.
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Posted by Mohit Sharma on February 11, 2010
in Technology News