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Gren

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Hoping to be back home for the live thingy....?

If not:-

Not techy questions
Favourite film
Favourite book
Favourite band/album
Favourite food
Favourite drink

Techy
Fave modern game
Fave retro game
Fave system
Fave handheld
Fave console
Fave computer

And.....drum roll.....plans for the next 5 years

Gren
 

ClockworkCoder

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Few more...

Do you have any (tech industry) heroes or role models?

Favourite fictional character?

And where did the name EvilDragon come from? You must be one of the most un-evil people I know. Admittedly, I don't know many people.

Are there any non-obvious uses you have planned for your Pyra? (ie. Aside from web browsing, retro gaming and checking messages)
 

Razy

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Hi Mr Mrozek, my questions have to do with your main job.

What kinds of video productions do you make?
Have you ever done cinema or long-format TV?
How did you start out in the industry?
Can we expect an over-the-top retro advert for the Pyra in the style of 1980s throwbacks like "Kung Fury" or "Farcry Blood Dragon"? David Hasselhoff would be required for this!
[doublepost=1533309164,1533309087][/doublepost]Hi Mr Mrozek, my questions have to do with your main job.

What kinds of video productions do you make?
Have you ever done cinema or long-format TV?
How did you start out in the industry?
Can we expect an over-the-top retro advert for the Pyra in the style of 1980s throwbacks like "Kung Fury" or "Farcry Blood Dragon"? David Hasselhoff would be required for this!
 

red

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My question is after the Pyra is finished from a hardware development standpoint would you consider creating a cheaper, simpler linux gaming handheld more in the vein of the old GPH devices. I miss having a handheld device in the vein of my old Caanoo.
 

szr

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Will the USA-spec cellular chip be able to also use European sim cards (like when traveling and buying a pre-paid sim card, will that simply work) ?
 

Grench

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I have one of the Pyra mugs currently available. They're a bit on the small side (coffee quantity required is twice as large as consumption device). How about mugs big enough to fit a Pyra in?
 

rene2081

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Hello,

So far, over 1000 Pyras have been reserved.

Are they all produced at once or not?

I once read that only once 2 x 500 are produced, and the other pre-orderer have to wait longer?

Kind regards
 

red

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Thanks for answering the question about smaller handhelds. Just to clarify, when I said cheaper I meant compared to the Pyra and Win 2. I'd probably pay max 200 euros for a device like I described. The GPD XD kind of fits the bill but I kind of dislike android as a gaming OS despite it technically being more practical.
 

rSl

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awesome!
that was one nice live-show! :)

thanks ed and the whole video-crew!
next, go and fetch some icecold (coffeinated) drinks! ;)
 

Grench

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Well done @EvilDragon!

I was actually able to catch most of this from my Gemini on the side of my desk over lunch hour. Timing was excellent.
 
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jeeks

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missed the first half of the stream (i’ll watch it later), but the second half was awesome :)
 
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