If the stick is easily detachable like on the GP32, then GPH could just sell concave sticks as an add-on, for a quid or so.
Heck, the same could be done with the buttons too. They did say they were thinking of releasing different coloured face plates.
I really hope that the next GP32 (The logo looks like GPX ::EDIT:: Looking closer, you can just make out the words 'Game Park extreme'[sic] below the logo.) has an internal HDD. 2.5" would be perfect (1.8" would be nice, but not as upgradeable and more expensive). That large screen could be a...
I was thinkinf of painting (with a brush, not spray) but I'm unsure of which paint to use. I'm thinking that Humbrol (those model aircraft paints) would be good to use, but I'm not sure of how they'd adhere to the GP32's case. And i'm not going to just splsh some on and hope for the best. Does...
Dune 2 was one of my first games, and still one of my favorites.
Funny thing: I only just finished watching part one of Dune (the miniseries that isn't really that mini [6 hours in total]) when I saw this!
So we need/want:
At least 64mb RAM
widescreen (well, not needed, but it would be nice wouldn't it? 640x360!)
CF cards. I know there's a lot of animostiy over them, but they're cheap, widespread, and if it supports CFtypeII then we have a theoretical capacity limit of 12gb...
The two big things i'm hoping for are:
That way it can easily be used as a full PDA replacement. Bluetooth would be nice too for using it as a net browser or for multiplayer linkup.
First you need a link to a WAP compatable phone, so you could just as easily use WAP on the phone. More interesting would be to use the HTML viewer in GPlinux to view the ordinary (non-wap) internet, but it would take a lot of work.
The best use for the USB port (which doesn't even require host capabilities) would be for linking GP32s together. So war, the RF link doesn't have enough bandwidth for multi-player games, but with a USB link cable you would have more than enough. If you DID get host capability working, you could...
You can't without sacrificing quality. And a .3gp-quality movie would be completely unwatchable. Thing it would not so much be a movie as a string of images, as .3gp can rarely get up a framerate of more than 10. And that's with a low motion scene. And the artefacting is terrible if the motion...
When I say bad, I really mean bad. .3gp is not designed for watching clips any longer than about 30 seconds. Longer than that and the quality degrades even more. DivX and XviD are perfect for the time being.
RF signals from various sources inside the case of your computer can be picked up by the wires leading out and be emitted causing interferance. The RF chokes on wires stop them from acting like antennae and transmitting RF interferance.