Is that a real analogue stick this time? the GP32 had a stick as well, but it was 8-direction, like on consoles
you get used to that stick quite fast, believe me (and the clicking microswitches are just uberl33t)
> To bad there is just an analog stick and no regular dpad, which totally takes
> it out of my list for emulation.
> > wonder what the likelyhood of it getting released! I wish one of these would
> > have a 20 gig hard drive or something to it, so it might work as an all in one
> > device even more!
> > just dreaming!
> > LONG LIVE MAME
> > -pal
> > > Since the original GP32 was (relatively) popular amung the emulator
> > I
> > > thought some of you might be interested in the GPX2. Made by the same Korean
> > > company that made the original GP32, which means it'll probably be yet
> > > import-only thing... but it looks like a pretty decent little machine. Two
> > ARM9
> > > processors, 32MB RAM / 64MB Flash memory, SD-card slot, 320x240 screen, and
> > > emphasis on multimedia performance. It seems rather open, so porting
> > > and such to it should be a snap. Supposedly, they plan to have it priced
> > > than the original GP32 too!
> > >
> > > --Zero
> > >