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  1. SNESFAN

    RetroStone

    I don't know, the more I look at it, the more I want one. The mentioned A20 being more powerful than the pi zero. I'm getting hiccups occasionally on my pi zero with snes and ps1 and the a20 devices out there can do both those pretty flawlessly. The rechargeable 4000mah battery vs the 3x double...
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    RG-300,RG-V2+IPS ,RS97 Comic-book cfw updated 06/08/19

    RG300 is a really good handheld. Not sure if its worth upgrading a LDK or RS97 over, but if you dont have either, do yourself a favor and get a RG300, you won't be disappointed.
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    GPD MicroPC

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    NexDock

    On their website under features http://nexdock.com/features/ (at bottom) they advertise a server crash cart as a use case. It's technically possible for blades to have HDMI, but 100% of servers I've messed with, and the poweredge they show only have VGA out Edit, if you look closely, you can...
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    NexDock

    I understand, my gripe is truely minor, I'm just saying, it probably wouldn't have been terribly hard to add the converter internally is all. Enumeration to hdmi means most things would require a converter rather than much cheaper and smaller adapters.
  6. SNESFAN

    NexDock

    They would have had me with VGA in. A mobile crash cart, yes please.
  7. SNESFAN

    RetroFlag GPi Case - A 'GBZero' that isn't janky

    The gba sp was one of my favorite truely pocketable game devices ever. It blows my mind that form factor hasn't been reproduced to hell and back by now. I'd buy a pi zero in a sp form factor.
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    Internet Speed Test ver. 2 (poll)

    20m / 3m not complaining at all because I remember the 80s and this is not that... and well it is to the magical "good enough" point for streaming media and browsing. The only time it's ever an issue is waiting for games and stuff to download. Vast majority of everything else appears almost...
  9. SNESFAN

    Quick update and summary

    Obligatory monthly update request post
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    Anyone else here played No Man's Sky yet?

    The game is a fun challenge when you start to "get" the mechanics. Like where to go for what. The endgame seems to be a bit of an RNG fest with constantly searching for that perfect model S gun/ship/mod. I bought the game about a year ago after the "fix all the things" update. I'm excited for...
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    RG-300,RG-V2+IPS ,RS97 Comic-book cfw updated 06/08/19

    Just got one of these this evening. This thing is damn impressive in terms of build quality and controls. The performance is up there with a pandora clocked at 600mhz which is plenty fine for GBA, SNES, NES, GB, SEGA systems. I haven't updated the firmware on it or really pushed it to it's...
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    Why not to by GPD

    What is he struggling with? Looked to me he's running a pretty demanding game at 30fps at 10w and stays under 70c. Was there something I'm missing or is it just the high temp? I run mine at 4w normally, I dont go anywhere near that hot, but also nowhere near as demanding in what I'm running...
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    RetroStone

    What channel was this information obtained or was this a private conversation? I like to follow stuff like that.
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    GPD MicroPC

    I believe 4-5, the indigogo just had an estimate delivery of August on their campaign, I thought May was just for their '1st batch'. Good news if true. That's not a bad idea at all actually, see if they'll sell to us 1st party with invoices and the like, we do actually get stuff that way...
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    GPD MicroPC

    maybe, but the storefront will need to be a bit more reputable than say "geekbuying", "gearbest", or "aliexpress" I honestly have a hard time getting things through amazon, and only can if it's not a 3rd party selling through amazon. Add to all that, the lifecycle is a bit time sensitive for...
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    GPD MicroPC

    So we are life cycling our laptops and right now we are using Dell D630's in the server room which are... well pretty old (2007). When given the task to find a replacement with an RS232... I have been largely unable to find one that also supports UEFI, TPM 2.0, secureboot and virtualization I/O...
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    GPD MicroPC

    I wasn't aware it was a company, I just thought that it was just a translation thing. I see a LOT of references and ties to softwin in many of these Chinese handhelds. If that's the case, I propose there's either a ton of outsourcing of them or their ties run much deeper than just GPD. First...
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    Wrapping everything up!

    Soooo... another month+, another update?
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    Wrapping everything up!

    Not entirely sure how that ties into what I was saying, or maybe the intent of what I was saying wasn't clear. I'm not suggesting the internet (or applications & programs) is progressing for the better. But more the point that the SIDE EFFECT of that progress is ever advancing hardware...
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