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    so... you won't be using your Pyra for emulation now will you?

    I'm saying this here and now, there is absolutely no way to stop people from using emulators and roms. People will always use it as long as the possibility exist. Nintendo will have to sue all the emudevs if they even wanted to try to make it stop, which they are not. the takedown of popular...
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    GPD Win (x86 Computer / Palmtop)

    I had Ubuntu working using linuxium's custom kernel. I only had issues with the touch calibration which was off once I switched the orientation to landscape.. Everything else like sound, wifi etc worked just fine.
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    GPD Win (x86 Computer / Palmtop)

    from the performance, all of them should work. But some of them might be tricky to get them to work under Windows 10 since they were made for Windows XP or older. San Andreas has this weird DirectX bug under Windows 10. But I'm using the Windows Store version so I have no issues. also, PS2 and...
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    Open... and close... and open...

    yea sure. also, are the analog sticks clickable for L3 and R3?
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    Open... and close... and open...

    I haven't preordered a Pyra but I'm actually interested in how the progress is going and how much effort is put into it. I own a GPD Win but I really like the concept of the Pyra the amount of ports it has and how modular it is, like the opportunities it gives you to upgrade stuff. with the 3 SD...
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    GPD Win (x86 Computer / Palmtop)

    very early prototypes had an 8500 but they switched to the 8700 even before they came up with a fan. The 8750's GPU performance is slightly lower than the 8700's due to a minor fix in the graphics pipeline, as far as I heard. the difference we're talking about is around 2-3 fps or so, not...
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