I just found Pandora's website two days ago (it was recommended to me by a friend when I was complaining of Nintendo and it's Nintendo 3DS) and I have some questions to you. I hope that that's not the wrong place to ask them. Maybe I misunderstood some information (I am an austrian...
Yeah, I posted this in the other Touchscreen topic, BTW here's another vid:
It also explains a bit how it works.
I don't think it'll run on the Pandora, they said that allthough it's mainly software based, it won't work on already existing resistive screens, they do already have these babies licensed to multiple manufacterers and are already in production.
BTW, it's a 4.3' screen running on OMAP3something...
Not really related, but:
Insane Multi-Touch demo + super precision + a hell of a lot more ON A RESISTIVE SCREEN!
No, this isn't that fake "guess where the fingers are" based around where the...
I'm just gonna go ahead and recommend two:
Warzone 2100, awesome RTS, PC and PSX:
And, the best skating game ever, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2! (PC, PSX, N64, Xbox)
BTW, this one also had a map editor (on PC at least).
I don't think it'll work, since the Pandora is unique because it's an open source handheld with not only specialised game controls but also a keyboard.
If a console would be released with the same functions it'd basically be a PC with a controller and a keyboard running Linux/Windows...
As soon as Smartphones and MIDs with Nvidia Tegra (Link) and ARM Mali (Link) GPUs are launched the Pandora will have some real competition, Netbooks are in a whole different league, they're a lot bigger.
Could you use two equal SD(HC) cards in both the slots in some sort of Dual-Channel set-up?
It would be nice as that would theoratically mean twice the speed!
Which is a good thing. ;)
Or is this just impossible...?