X-Pi ONE, new console based on Raspberry Pi CM4


lemoncrest

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Greetings,

We want to share with you a project in which we have been working for a while.

It's called X-Pi ONE, it's our portable console based on the Computer Module 4 of Raspberry Pi Foundation, totally open, without any type of corporate restriction:

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The main idea of our console is to offer a quality product, which is 100% compatible with any distribution of Raspberry PI 4, from Retopie or Batocera, to Raspberry Pi OS or even Android 12 with full hardware acceleration.

You can play from your favourite emulators, indie games acquired in stores without DRM to the latest Android games you have available, without forgetting the game streaming.

The technical characteristics are:
  • 7 inch screen 1280x800 of 500 nits
  • 7000 mAh battery
  • 2 speakers of 1.5W
  • 2 joysticks and 14 buttons
  • HDMI and USB Host
We have prepared a different front of Asahi Tempered Glass with X-shaped and an front 4 NeoPixels Infotaiment controlled by our custom firmware to get information about controls and ambient.

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All hardware, firmware and software is high quality, designed and produced by us in Europe.

Also if you want we have some channels for that:


Thank you for your support.
 

Linux-SWAT

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Looks nice, but you should provide a link to a website.
Same for the "high quality software" repository.
 
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As far as I know, crazy taxi was originally an exclusively Dreamcast game, later ported to PS2. You don't list the ability to play DC games on your website, but I guess crazy taxi might be on the easier end of DC emulation.
 

lemoncrest

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Looks nice, but you should provide a link to a website.
Same for the "high quality software" repository.
The forum bot didn't allow it, but there are some interesting links, including the landing page, inside Instagram description, sorry for that.

As far as I know, crazy taxi was originally an exclusively Dreamcast game, later ported to PS2. You don't list the ability to play DC games on your website, but I guess crazy taxi might be on the easier end of DC emulation.
Crazy Taxi runs very well with the Dreamcast emulation, and it was running in a Kelboy 2.x which uses Computer Module 3+, so don't worry for that.

Here you are the last picture about our project. Enjoy! ;)

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Thanks for your support.
 
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