Yes, I agree - if it works. I haven't seen anything on YouTube showing this apart from dev. boards.
This is not the place to discuss it - as its not the thread topic - but the angular nature of the case (90 deg. right angles) is not best for controllers - the Master System & Nes were right angled - but no thumbstick device. All thumbstick devices are moulded or rounded controllers - it may be otherwise - but I doubt you'd play without cramping your hand playing on the Pandoras thumbsticks. Until then - I'm a skeptic, no agnostic, no athiest.
You're nuts if you think the Pandora is 'stagnated' - cramming an x86 into a small formfactor isn't my idea of progress. ARM has been going from strength-to-strength, while x86 is all "hmm, how can we get this into a small box with just enough cooling and battery life for people to shove money at us". I haven't used an x86 laptop in about 5 years, ever since I got my first (ARM) Zaurus.
The Pandora's (and Beagleboard's) software base is going to get better and better over time as people learn to use the hardware to it's full potential, something we do *not* see on an x86 platform.
You have to fill out a quiz, if you pass that, you get to enter.
Will the Pandora run Counter Strike/Half life
Will the Pandora run N64 games
Will the Pandora run PS3 games
And so on. Sounds stupid, but could stop lots of questions, forcing the new kids on the block to do some research.
Slightly fixed that up for you. I think threads should stay open unless they get nasty and personal. And a bit of humour is needed, the thread about the gameboy and stuff killing the pandora may have been stupid, but at least people werent just shouting aggressively back and forth at each other in it.
There's no real discussion or community, just people looking for their own individual answers so they can be off again. I'm vaguely afraid that gp32x might one day become like this, but that's another topic altogether.