Well, I guess it wouldn't hurt to keep your old phone around before dropping it in favor of the Pyra. Curious to see how the Pyra performs in that regard though.
I personally would keep mine anyway and not use the Pyra in that way.
Being a Sega Fanboy knowing a capable Dreamcast Emu is probably happening is quite a selling factor for me!
What about Saturn? I know it's a "demanding" system to emulate but is there something to look forward to as well?
An additional question... for the emulation of the more power hungry systems like dreamcast, would you recommend getting 4GB Pyra or do you think 2GB are good enough? Or in general, is it recommendable to get 4GB right away? Thanks :)
I fiddled around a little bit with this vm box and a "standard" debian. What was really annoying was, that it had ton of programs already installed - which I would like to avoid on a handheld/mini pc.
Need to get more familiar with the terms of Linux, too.
But I get what you mean...
Well, I really only understand half of what you say. What's "DM"? Would it also be possible to try this using a Virtual Machine? https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/download-pyra-debian-os-wip.75360/
Do you have a first impression at hand? I am curious but I would like to see more...
Are there screenshots of what the Pyras OS looks like now and wouldn't it be best to have an Interface that is less complicated to look at since most of the time the users would be using a pretty small screen? Something with bigger symbols and big fonts that's easy to read?
I'm new around here and I'm searching the board for information on the many questions about the Pyra I have - obviously. Don't want to bother anyone with questions which might have been repeated many times already. ;)
For now, is there a software that allows screen capturing on...